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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    The man previously known as Gable Tostee may have to face an inquest into the death of his New Zealand Tinder date, Warriena Wright

    The man previously known as Gable Tostee may have to face an inquest into the death of his New Zealand Tinder date, Warriena Wright


    Wright died after falling from Tostee's 14th-floor balcony in Surfer's Paradise in 2014.

    Tostee was acquitted of her murder and of manslaughter, but a coroner is still looking into the incident.

    News.com.au says the coroner has not ruled out a hearing into the death.

    A Justice Department spokeswoman has told Australia's Sunday Mail investigations are still ongoing.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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