Gable Tostee says that a “strange” misunderstanding is behind an incident on New Year’s Eve when he got drunk and slept in a woman’s house before the police woke him up.
A triple 0 call was made at midnight from the home of his Tinder appointment in Logan, between Brisbane and Gold Coast.
“Police were called to a residence on Lowthers Street in Yarrabilba on December 31 at 4.15 in the morning in connection with an intoxicated man and making a woman feel uncomfortable,” a police spokesman said in a statement today. to news.com.au.
“No riots or offenses were committed.”
The 33-year-old man, who is also known by the name of Eric Thomas, was declared innocent in 2016 of the murder or homicide of his appointment at Tinder, the New Zealand tourist Warriena Wright.
The 26-year-old woman died of her apartment on the 14th floor of Gold Coast in 2014.
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Tostee told the mail The last situation, which involves a 28-year-old woman, was a “strange” misunderstanding.
“He literally woke me up when the police came in and she told me something like:” I read a little and put me on the edge, “he said.
Tostee said this kind of thing “has never happened before.”
Police confirmed that Tostee was “asleep” inside the property and was taken by officers 20 miles away to the Beenleigh police station, where he was picked up by a family member.
Tostee’s presence in the mobile dating application has persisted over the years and informed police of a Facebook group last year after the screenshots of their Tinder profile were shared online.
He claimed to be the victim of a harassment and hate speech campaign.
“As an innocent person who has already been through a hell more than enough, he shouldn’t have to endure more vilification,” Tostee wrote at the time.