To prove a claim for unlawful interference with business, the Plaintiff must establish the following by the greater weight of the evidence:
1) The existence of a valid business relationship or expectancy;
2) Knowledge by the Defendant of the relationship or expectancy;
3) The Defendant interfered with the relationship or expectancy by [committing an independently tortious or otherwise unlawful act];
4) The interference was a proximate cause of the harm sustained; and
5) The Plaintiff was actually damaged.