Much will depend upon what your lease says. There may also be an interpretation that he is "living" there for all intents and purposes. I recommend you take a copy of your lease to a local landlord/tenant attorney for review.
There may be any number of other reasons she would have a legitimate interest based upon safety of tenants, complaints by other tenants or neighbors, parking limitations/enforcement, etc. There just isn't enough information here.
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