Eric Thomas, formerly known as Gable Tostee, could face an investigation into the death of his Tinder date, even though he was not convicted two years ago.
Thomas, 31, was acquitted of the murder and murder of Warriena Wright, who died abruptly from his 14-story Gold Coast apartment block on August 8, 2014.
Now a coronary investigation into the accidental death of Ms. Wright could reopen and could face questions from a coronary investigation, Gold Coast Bulletin reported.
Eric Thomas, formerly known as Gable Tostee, could be facing a coronary investigation into the death of his date in Tinder, despite having been found not guilty two years ago.
Mr. Thomas, 31, was acquitted of the murder of Warriena Wright (left), who fell into death
The couple met in the popular dating app and headed to their apartment for a night of drinking and sex
South Queensland coroner James McDougall is investigating the case before deciding whether an investigation should be conducted.
The couple met in the popular dating app and returned to their apartment to spend a night of alcohol and sex.
The images released by the Queensland Police at the time of Mrs. Wright's death reveal that we both had a great time.
However, in other photos, Mrs. Wright's smile had suddenly disappeared and she looked uncomfortable.
Mrs. Wright's smile (right) had suddenly disappeared and seemed awkward
Things went spiraling and the two started an argument, which was recorded by Mr. Thomas.
The recording was used as evidence that helped him be acquitted of the murder and murder of Mrs. Wright in October 2016.
A few months after being acquitted, it was discovered that the confessed playboy had activated his Tinder account.
The 14-story Gold Coast apartment block where Mrs. Wright sank to her death