Actor Justin Theroux was not able to settle a lawsuit with his neighbor during talks Monday.
This is Theroux’s second time in court in the past two weeks as he met with Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Gerald Lebovitz to talk about the lawsuit between him and his neighbor, Norman Resnicow, according to Page Six.
After meeting with both parties, Lebovitz said, “This matter cannot be settled. The parties are impossibly far apart.”
Both parties declined to comment on the lawsuit. Theroux’s lawyer, Eric Sherman, said they wouldn’t comment because “the case is very fluid right now.”
Resnicow originally sued Theroux over $1 million renovations to his West Village co-op according to the 2017 lawsuit documents. Theroux claimed Resnicow bullied him and Aniston after they didn’t immediately soundproof the apartment during the renovations.
Theroux then claimed that Resnicow trespassed on his property and harassed his construction workers. Last month, Theroux accused Resnicow of physically abusing his wife. (RELATED: Justin Theroux Accuses His Neighbor Of Domestic Abuse)
Talks on Monday were had in an effort to reach a settlement before the lawsuit went to trial. However, without a settlement, Theroux will be back in the court room soon. A trial date has yet to be set.