In that example, I think, the latter. puella is neither (a) the subject of the principle sentence, nor (b) the subject of the ut clause nor (c) the subject of a verb of saying. So there's nothing reflexive going on, and the possessive adjective should not be reflexive.
[I hadn't seen benissimus's post when I wrote this ... but I don't think his explanation quite works here, given the person of the verb in the ut clause ... I don't think it's a case where one can use either form.]
But I find this tricky too ...
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