Alleged Tinder Killer Gable Tostee Protests Innocence on Facebook

28-year-old Gable Tostee remains in a Queensland prison after being arrested in connection to the death of New Zealand woman Warriena Wright, however, it appears that someone close to him has reactivated his social media accounts and is posting on his behalf.

The Daily Telegraph report that a Facebook account allegedly belonging to Tostee was restored yesterday following a period of being deactivated, and a post was made, expressing thanks to supporters.
“I have been in custody for almost a month now for a crime I did not commit and have lost contact with almost everyone,” the post says. “I maintain my absolute innocence and hope this nightmare will be over soon.”

A representative of the Justice Department told the Telegraph that inmates have no access to the internet, but that Corrective Services have “no control” over friends or relatives using social media accounts on their behalf.

Tostee met Warriena Wright on August 8 through the dating app Tinder, and she fell to her death from a balcony on his Surfer’s Paradise apartment block in the early hours of the following morning.
His bail application, which was due to happen last Monday, has been postponed, reportedly because the judge has requested “more information about his autism diagnosis.” 
Police reportedly oppose Tostee’s application for bail because of his “blatant disregard for human life and propensity for violence.”
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