Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: southern Arizona
Don't get legal advice over the Internet. It is often wrong, rarely includes your state's law, and any details you post can be used against you in court.
The state or county bar usually has a lawyer referral service. In Pima County, AZ, the referral service costs $35, and gives you a 30 minute consult with a lawyer who specializes in that area of law. $35 for 30 minutes with a real lawyer is cheap, and will give you far better information.
My guess is that she could sue you in small claims court, but would lose. I seriously doubt, from what you described, that any lawyer would take that case to court. The money damages are too small for there to be any profit for a lawyer, and as you describe it, the woman doesn't have a case.
But if you want a real answer, check on your local referral services and see if you can talk to someone who knows the law in your state.
... Energy is an admirable thing, but the energy of stupidity seldom avails much..." - On Seats and Saddles (1868), Francis Dwyer, Major of Hussars (light cavalry)