Gable Tostee swears to keep looking for love despite the date the police called for fear of her safety
Tinder playboy Gable Tostee has vowed to continue his search for love on the dating app, despite a recent appointment with the police for fear of her safety.
Police were called to a home in Logan, Southeast Queensland on New Year’s Eve after a 28-year-old woman he met at Tinder found out that he had previously been acquitted of murder.
Tostee – now known as Eric Thomas – was acquitted of murder and manslaughter three years ago after his date Tinder Warriena Wright plummeted to her death from his 14th-floor Gold Coast apartment in 2014.
Thomas was removed from a house in Yarrabilba in southeastern Logan after meeting his recent Tinder date, and said his date told him words about the effect of “I read something about you and you sharpened me” .
There are no costs associated with the incident and Mr. Thomas said he was determined to stay in the dating game.
“Does this mean that you will never drive again if you are involved in a serious car accident?” he told 9News.
“The police themselves said:” You are not in trouble – you did not commit anything “.
“I just think it’s bizarre. Nobody has acted that way before. ”
Thomas said the conversation about his past had started earlier in the evening, but although the woman was surprised, they had fallen asleep together.
He described the incident as a “bizarre” misunderstanding.
Tinder playboy Gable Tostee has vowed to continue his search for love on the dating app, despite a recent date the police called for fear of her safety after he found out he was acquitted of murder and manslaughter three years ago his Tinder date Warriena Wright (Mr Tostee pictured with Mrs. Wright)
“Does this mean that you will never drive again if you are involved in a serious car accident?” Mr. Thomas (photo) said
“She never asked me to leave or anything … I literally woke up when the police came in and she said to me something like:” I have read something about you and you have me on edge, “Mr Thomas told The courier mail.
Mr. Thomas said the fact that she called the police was bizarre because the nameless woman never signaled that she would not be with him.
“She had heard of the story [about his trial and acquittal] … I think she was surprised for a moment, but we just kept talking and fell asleep together on the couch, “he said.
Police were called to a home in Queensland on New Year’s Eve around 4:15 am after a 28-year-old woman, Mr. Thomas (photo), met at Tinder, heard about his acquittal
It comes after Mr. Thomas has taken legal action against a feminist Facebook group who warned other women to keep him away.
Thomas claimed he was the victim of a hatred / intimidation campaign by social media group Mad F *** ing Witches, who posted screenshots of his Tinder profile and warned social media followers in November.
Mr. Thomas said he thought it was a hatred / bullying campaign ABC Radio Melbournemorning program.
Mr. Thomas (photographed with Warriena Wright on August 8, 2014, just a few hours before she died) said that the fact that the police were called the police was bizarre because at no time did the nameless woman indicate where she didn’t want to be with him
“I was acquitted in a court of law and they don’t know the facts,” Mr. Thomas told the listeners.
“Ethically, I shouldn’t be obliged to tell people I didn’t do anything wrong.”
Mr. Tostee changed his name to Eric Thomas and moved to New Zealand with a partner in 2016, before returning to the Gold Coast.
Thomas is no stranger to controversy after his highly published lawsuit and has since shared several provocative messages on his social media accounts.
Thomas wrote in a Facebook post last year: “The best cure for feminism is a good root,” accompanied by a photo of a raised middle finger.
The recoil that he received on social media did not deter him, because he started posting more controversial messages.
It comes after Mr. Thomas has taken legal action against a feminist Facebook group who warned other women to keep him away
He also referred in an online message to his acquittal for murder: “the only thing I kill is p *** y”.
He also recently went to social media to accuse girls of objecting to themselves sexually.
“Why do so many girls objectively identify themselves by posting a lot of half-naked photos and then complain when they are treated as sexual objects? That’s the same as wearing a clown suit and complaining that nobody takes you seriously, “said Mr. Thomas on Facebook.
Thomas claimed he was the victim of a hatred / intimidation campaign by Mad F *** ing Witches