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I am sorry to hear about this situation.
Technically, she is trespassing. First, this can be a criminal matter. Although the police are unlikely to charge her unless she had criminal intent, they may give her a talk, which should in itself scare her from doing this again. They may even indeed charge her - it depends on the authorities.
Civilly, she can be sued
for trespassing. Perhaps a cease and desist letter stating that one will sue if she does this again?
Also, one can get a restraining order against her independent of the above if she is doing this to harass - see here
So this is actionable on those three levels.
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