I think this is a good time to pull a no show. Let them waste the gas to assemble, and find you not there. And keep them waiting. And waiting. And waiting. The worst that can happen is that they will disfellowship you behind your back; if you show up, they can harass you, intimidate you, and still disfellowship you. And worse yet (especially if you are single), they might have someone that wants to recapture you "in the name of saving your life". That would mean 24/7 supervision to make sure you are going in service all the time, saying exactly what you are "supposed" to, and going to meetings.
If you don't show up, you are limiting their options. They can reschedule, call to hound you after, or disfellowship you behind your back. I think that is the best bet, especially if you are single. And make things as difficult as possible if they try to reschedule--no matter when, it is not a good time. Of course, if things look unavoidable and you wish to avoid the harassment of a kangaroo court, the option of disassociation is open. Or, if you are willing to go to the meeting, prepare with a digital recorder and let them know ahead of time that the meeting will be recorded and posted on YouTube, and if they don't like it, then they do not have your permission to hold the meeting.