"Al Roker’s forecast is cloudy with a chance of legal trouble," writes Michael Starr in the New York Post.
According to the article, "Two Jersey City men are suing Roker’s Spike TV reality show, ‘DEA,’ for allegedly entering their apartment illegally — twice — then showing the searches and busts on TV. Tyler Hodson and Eric McGuirl named Al Roker Entertainment, Spike TV, the Jersey City Police Department and the DEA in the lawsuit, which was filed in Hudson County Court, according to Courthouse News Service."
The same thing happened a second time, the suit alleges, according to the Post.
The story adds, "Roker, best known as the "Today" show weatherman, produces many shows under his Al Roker Entertainment banner for networks including E!, The History Channel and Food Network. Reps for Roker and Spike TV had no comment yesterday."