Yeah, I'd probably add/change the password on your website and/or just deactivate the site, at least temporarily. Death threats are clearly a bigger priority than guests being able to check on wedding details for the time being. It's unclear how your wedding website is "fuel for court," but if you think it is, I'd probably try to do all I could to minimize my online presence until things get sorted out.
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Her stalking. It is just another thing to use since she is NOT invited and had not been given info for website by me. And I am not going to deactivate it and let her win. I am going forward and letting the courts sort it out.
Jennifer, this is very serious and I STRONGLY recommend you get yourself somewhere safe and give all the information you can to the police. Do you have a safe place where you can go?
As for your website, add a password to it by logging into your account, going to your website editor, and then go into Settings. About halfway down the page you'll see the section for "Privacy". Add a password right away. Once you get this situation under control you can contact your invited guests and share the password only with them. This will prevent unwanted people from viewing your site with only minimal disruption to your guests.