A Manhattan judge has granted a 20-year order of protection barring a retired Manhattan math teacher from renting a home “on the edge of his ex-wife’s back lawn” in a gated Pennsylvania community.

Supreme Court Justice Matthew F. Cooper enjoined defendant Jay Weiner from living in the Hideout, a private enclave in the Pocono Mountains, after Mr. Weiner signed a lease for a home abutting his ex-wife’s vacation house.

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