By Marius Meland (January 12, 2006, 12:00 AM EST) -- An internal power struggle at a popular West Coast fast food chain heated up this week with the company filing a lawsuit against one of its top executives, alleged to have committed fraud and embezzlement by using company funds to pay for construction work done on his own property.
This most recent development in the ongoing In-N-Out saga comes less than a week after the executive, Richard Boyd, revived a previously dismissed claim against In-N-Out heir Lynsi Martinez, accusing her of an attempted coup to oust her grandmother, the president of the company.
Boyd, the company's vice president of real estate...
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