I own a home with my brother. It has contractual obligations with Sheriff sales with City we have to handle. I asked him for documentation needed to fulfill obligations because home is evidence of crime. Some evidence pertaining to that crime were stolen by my mother. My brother neglected communication with me and gave all documentation to my mother without my permission as business partners. She trafficked those documents as a threat to me in an email. Can I sue both my brother and mother for torturous interference especially with her not being a business entity in this relationship but a third party?
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