You go to the motel, you will be dragged to the session. You get dragged to the session one day, you get dragged all three. You get dragged to the whole Grand Boasting Session, you get dragged to the Kingdumb Hell every boasting session. You get dragged to the boasting sessions, you get hounded to throw away everything that means something to you. You start getting dragged in field circus, after losing everything that means anything to you. Before long, that is all you have left--and you need to get baptized or risk losing even that. At which point, you are hounded to pio-sneer and so on.
Best idea is to not be ready to even go to the motel. If you are fake-sick, a trip out of town to another town might be in order. Go out shopping when you are supposed to be picked up. If you stay shopping long enough, it will make your conductor late for the a$$embly. If you are real sick, puking or threatening to puke in the car while en route to the motel should do the job--or, if you can make the conductor think you might have something serious, a major coughing fit (fake will do fine) will make them think twice. They don't want tuberculosis or a Spanish flu after the session. And cleaning puke out of the car will make extra work for them.
Next time you get in touch with the conductor for a regular study, confront them with evidence that the foundation of the religion is wrong. Do all the research you can on 607 BCE--if you continually pushing that Jerusalem was destroyed in 586 instead of 607, there goes the foundation. Most conductors do not want a student that is going to continually attack the core of the religion. Or, maybe a major organizational problem--such as how widespread a pedophile problem they have, or something like the rule about teaching bad doctrines until they themselves fix them.