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There may not be a lot that can be done to get the site removed NOW. You can contact MySpace and share the situation with them. This may be a violation of her user agreement, so they may remove the site for her. If she is represented by an attorney, you may (or have your representative) contact the attorney to reason with her to remove the damaging information.
If the situation is escalating to threats of physical violence, you may consider going into court for a protective or restraining order against you. You may also consider a defamation action for any negative factual comments she is making about you that are causing you damage and lessening your reputation.
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