NEW YORK — A simple 18-month-old landlord-tenant dispute involving Saks Fifth Avenue’s Wilshire Boulevard store has mushroomed into allegations of fraud and destruction of sales records against the retailer.

Alexander and Betty Haagen, landlords of the Saks Fifth Avenue store in Los Angeles, last week charged the luxury retailer with "breach of fiduciary duty to account," constructive fraud and fraudulent concealment.

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