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I am sorry to hear this; unfortunately, there is nothing one can do in such a situation when the child is an adult child. If the adult child finds the contact offensive, they can request the person to stop contacting them; if they fail to abide by this request, it is possible to get a blanket restraining order (under harassment theory; the court will not monitor relationships so for example, they would not issue a protective order only precluding statements as to bio fathers; rather they would issue a no contact order) but that request needs to be submitted by the person being harassed.
In situations where there is no viable legal options, sometimes mediation works - this is where a neutral professional third party will help encourage dialogue between the parties, so that the opinions/wishes of each side are understood by the other; the mediator will attempt to reach a middle ground. In family matters, sometimes this neutral party can help the other party see reason, as they will focus on the positive and minimize negative emotions. Some communities offer free mediation (the court typically has a list of volunteers); otherwise a private mediator would need to be hired. Since it is a voluntary process, it cannot be compelled.
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