Gable Tostee Admits He’s Right Back On Dating Apps After Murder Acquittal

Gable Tostee, the man acquitted of killing his Tinder date Warriena Wright in one of the most high-profile cases in recent memory, has confirmed he’s right back on the app after months of speculation. 

Speaking to Kyle & Jackie O this morning, Tostee – who has changed his name to Eric Thomas – said that he was initially prohibited from using the app as part of his bail conditions, but is using it again after splitting from his partner.

When asked about whether people he meets through the app cotton on to the fact he was the focal point of the trial, Tostee responded “it’s sort of hard to say. Not everyone brings it up at first. 

“A lot of people don’t mention it, although a lot of the time I sort of wonder, ‘do they recognise me? Do they know who I am?’

“And some people might just not bring it up out of politeness, or because it’s been dealt with, it’s over with.”
When prodded on his inflammatory recent social media posts, particularly the time he wrote “Happy International Women’s Day to all my hoes” on Facebook, Tostee said the backlash is “fake outrage.

“Anyone with a bit of common sense reading that would see its a joke, it’s not meant to be misogynistic.

“I’ve been labelled that, but I’ve obviously got nothing against women.”

Catch the whole chat HERE.

Source and photo: KIIS 1065.