Justin Theroux bundles up in a beanie and leather gloves while walking his dog Kuma in New York
Justin Theroux was seen on Wednesday taking an icy walk with his rescue dog Kuma in New York City.
The 49-year-old Mulholland Drive actor flexed his youthful style in a pair of green cargo joggers and cool sneakers while walking around town.
Loved dog daddy despite New York’s cooler temperatures, he was seen putting on extra layers to warm up as he let his puppy let off steam.
Dog Daddy: Justin Theroux, 49, looks utterly hipster as he took a walk in New York City with his rescue dog Kuma, rocking cargo joggers and a beanie with cool sneakers
Theroux looked like a beefy hipster in a black bomber jacket that he layered over a hoodie.
He rocked a black beanie and a pair of aviator sunglasses as he sported a very structured face covering.
Slipping airpods into his ears, he was seen with the dog’s leash strapped around his waist to keep it close to him.
Theroux first acquired the dog – whose original name was Sylvia – after she was found wandering the streets of Texas after Hurricane Harvey.
City walk: Slipping airpods into his ears, he was seen with the dog’s leash strapped around his waist to keep it close to him
The pit bull mix was plagued with a number of medical issues before she received proper treatment including medicated baths and a good nutrition program.
He first got wind of the dog on petfinder and drove three hours from Austin to see her, bringing her back to New York months later.
He was famous for being linked to Jennifer Aniston, divorcing after two and a half years of marriage in 2018.
Their predilection for Los Angeles and their lively New York lifestyle ultimately made it difficult for the couple to find common ground, but they still remain friends.
Downtown Style: The Mulholland Drive actor has been seen with the Pup on numerous occasions as he continues to flaunt his hip style choices; pictured on January 6
Despite his love of the city, he has been embroiled in an ongoing legal battle with his downstairs neighbor, most recently accusing the man last spring of verbal abuse against his wife.
Theroux recorded loud verbal arguments that got so violent at times that he called 911 three times.
The beef first started in 2017 when Theroux claimed the man walked into her part of their shared rooftop patio and looked out her windows.
He added that the man harassed his construction workers and damaged his foliage during a home renovation, prompting him to take legal action.
In October, an appeals court ruled that the neighbor would be held responsible for the trespassing, but a lawsuit would be required to receive money for damages.
At war: he was embroiled in an ongoing legal battle with his downstairs neighbor, more recently accusing the man of verbal abuse against his wife last spring; in the photo 2019