Tostee, 30, has been acquired not guilty of slaying or manslaughter of the 26 -year-old New Zealander who fell to her extinction from his Gold Coast balcony
Gable Tostee has been met not guilty of the murder or manslaughter of his Tinder year, Warriena Wright, after four daytimes of weighing by the jury in such cases that has gleamed a light on the utilization of the dating app.
Tostee, a 30 -year-old carpet fitter from the Gold Coast in Australia, marched free on Thursday after being cleared of killing Wright, 26, who descended to her fatality from his 14 th-floor apartment.
Tostee did not note to the waiting media throng as he left the state supreme court in Brisbane but stood in silence next to his advocate, who said his client looking for is moving forward with his life.
Wrights family mourned as the verdict was read out as did members of Tostees family and some jurors.
The crown alleged that Tostee had left Wright in such a state of anxiety and intimidation that she felt the only method to escape was by clambering over the railing of the balcony after he fastened her outside.
But defence solicitors said Tostee had expended reasonable force-out to subjugate Wright, who had become increasingly erratic after a few hours drinking. He had pleaded not guilty to a charge of murder.
Wright, on holiday on the Gold coast from New Zealand, had encountered Tostee for the first time that night, 7 August 2014. They had done contact on the Tinder a few weeks earlier with the pairs usage of the dating app attracting widespread international media interest.
The key segment of prove in the test was a 199 -minute mobile preserving just made by Tostee that captivated the pairs increasingly fractious interaction, including the moment Wright fell to her fatality.
Up to 45 seconds of Tostees registering captivated seems that prosecutors said are identical to him suffocating Wright, which Tostee denied.