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Actor Justin Theroux — Jennifer Aniston’s ex-husband tells of his Greenwich Village neighbor of being a “peeping Tom”, which means it appears to be a flashlight in the apartment.
He and his downstairs neighbor, Norman Resnicow, have been in the war since march of 2017, when he and Aniston began a $1 million for the renovations, without the immediate installation of heating, air-HBO “the Leftovers” star is claiming.
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They have been duking it out in court has been.
In spite of a temporary restraining order that bars Resnicow in contact with Theroux and the main building of the members of the board, and the bottom neighbor is currently involved in an obsessive, peeping Tom, for such behavior,” He’s a lawyer, Eric Sherman, who wrote the following in a letter to the Manhattan judge handling the case.
“Every night this week, Mr. Resnicow has been shining his flashlight on the Lord, He’ s property,” the letter stated, installation of the security camera images it says show Resnicow is lurking around He house.
The letter also states that, Resnicow is with the filming and photographing of the unit.
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Resnicow, “is an attempt to provoke a confrontation with the Lord that He,” the letter claims.
Also, Resnicow, last month began to “secretly” take on the dimensions of the gate and in the examination of a new deck that He is building, following the dispute over the old deck area, to the letter, it is claimed.
“This is normal, just like any other night, this behavior to the left of the Lord, He understandably is upset,” Sherman said, adding it was” bordering on harassment.”
Last month, Resnicow they would have to pay $23,000 to the He, and the board of directors shall, after he had violated the TRO by sending an email to a member of the board.
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Resnicow’s lawyer, Peter Levine, declined to comment, adding, “we will respond directly to the court to do so.”
This article was originally published on Page Six.