The court are not there as forum to entertain family drama even though it ends up that way often.
If you all reside together perhaps it is time to move out and get your place.
Regards to the harassment, what you described may certainly rise to that level but it depends. How often are the calls and messages coming? What are their content, etc?
I suggest you focus on your independence and ignore everything else. If you believe you have actionable claims against him you may want to bring the matter to your small claims court.
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Tell your Mom what is happening and ask her to resolve this problem as it is her boyfriend and not your father that you have to answer to. Perhaps he is just worried you are going to become a financial drag on the household and not go get another job which he finds intolerable. This is a family counseling type matter and not a legal matter as annoying as it might be....there is a price to pay when still under a parent's roof.
My answer is not intended to be giving legal advice and this topic can be a complex area where the advice of a licensed attorney in your State should be obtained.
I agree with my colleagues.
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