Justin Theroux has been granted a temporary restraining order against his neighbour.

The 'Leftovers' star has been locked in a dispute with Norman Resnicow, and it has now transpired that their row has spread throughout their apartment building.

According to TMZ, two other residents have signed affidavits to support Justin, claiming they were confronted in the lobby by Resnicow last month, with him brandishing what appeared to be harpoons in each hand. However, it later transpired they were actually log rollers.

Their legal documents state they were physically intimidated by Resnicow, who allegedly berated them and accused them of perjury. Other neighbours then came down to try and calm the man but to no avail, and the residents stated they were all threatened in the lobby.

A judge has now issued a temporary restraining order which band Resnicow from influencing, harassing, intimidating or threatening any witnesses or prospective witnesses, including four other residents.

The 46-year-old actor had accused Resnicow of coming onto his property without his permission eight times since May 2017.

Justin recently had a security camera installed on his land and he's claimed to have caught Resnicow illegally trespassing on March 25, March 31 and April 1.

The 'Girl on the Train' actor claims to have personally witnessed the incident on April 1, saying he confronted Resnicow and asked him to stop trespassing.

But, according to the Hollywood actor, his neighbour ''erupted that I was mistaken and that he was not trespassing (though he was). To avoid an unpleasant confrontation, I returned back into my apartment.''

Justin believes Resnicow is trespassing to gather measurements to try and build his defence in the case, and is therefore calling on the court to find his neighbour liable and to determine damages at a subsequent date.

Justin and Resnicow have had a strained relationship for some time, with the actor launching a lawsuit about his neighbour in 2017 over complaints he was making about renovations to his Greenwich apartment.

Justin accused him of threatening to cut of his water and electricity, while also warning the movie star that he would launch a PR campaign against him if he failed to sound-proof his abode.

However, Resnicow subsequently launched a counter-suit, accusing the 'Zoolander 2' actor - who married his estranged wife Jennifer Aniston in 2015 - of terrorising him and his wife with his unreasonable behaviour.