Rabbits have a very specific "pecking order" in groups, and behavior like this is how they fight for dominance within the group. Usually, it's just clawing, but biting is a possibility, too. It sounds like she's trying to assert herself as being superior to you in the social structure of your home.
To make her stop, you've got to show her who's boss. Bonk her lightly on the top of her head when she does this. Keep tapping on her head if you have to, until she retreats a step and puts her head down submissively. This is how they accept defeat and show their loyalty to the lead rabbit. When she does this, scratch her behind the ears to let her know you accept her and there's no hard feelings.
Some rabbits will continue to challenge you every once in a while for their entire lives, while others will accept defeat after the first couple of tries and never fight you that way again. It really depends on the individual rabbit.