If the above doesn't help, you can reach out to client care/Adobe support for further help.
It looks a bot action is triggering multiple events. I would do the following:
1. Look if your event is being fired multiple time in a click. If yes fix it.
2. Create a segment to exclude suspicious bot traffic from reports. based on ips, domain etc.
3. Use Event serialization, you must first enable it in Admin > Report Suite > [select report suite] > Edit Settings > Success Events. Then select which events you want to be recorded in the Unique Event Recording column. Enable record once per visit: An event with this setting enabled will only track the first instance of that event in a given visit. Once a new visit starts, each event with this setting enabled can be tracked again.
You would need to check if the link call(s.tl) is being sent to Adobe even when the button has been disabled. If an image request/link call is still being sent, you would need to make implementation changes to prevent that.
In Adobe, bot rules could be created to identify certain hits as bots but the server calls would still be charged for. Hence, preventing such requests to Adobe itself should solve the problem.