This behavior sounds like stalking. You and your daughter should consult with experienced family law counsel without delay regarding the availability and procedure for a restraining order, possibly in connection with any existing legal action that has established his paternity. If that has not already been done, that procedure should also be discussed. Finally, it may be necessary to involved law enforcement to respond to the stalking, but a prudent approach would be to work with counsel on that strategy as well. Counsel may well recommend a period of careful record-keeping and documentation and a written notice to the offender.
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She should think about filing a Stalking injunction.
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