GABLE TOSTEE has been grated bail in the Brisbane Supreme Court.
It’s understood he will be allowed to live with his parents at their Carrara home but he will be subject to a number of strict conditions.
Justice Debra Mullins said he was free to go under strict conditions which will include a ban on the dating app Tinder, a ban on alcohol and he will have to live with his parents under a night curfew.
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His parents have reportedly offered up the $200,000 surety to make sure he doesn’t flee.
Tostee is also said to have agreed to take part in alcohol rehabilitation until he’s due back in court for his trial.
The Surfers Paradise local has spent the last three months behind bars after he was charged with the murder of New Zealand woman Warriena Wright, who plummeted to her death from his balcony back in August.
The prosecution is relying almost completely on a voice recording made by Tostee himself on the night Ms Wright died, as well as a toxicology report, to outline their case in the upcoming trial.
It’s understood Ms Wright was drinking a dangerous homemade alcohol before she died.
In court yesterday, prosecutors likened Mr Tostee’s actions to someone who locks a person in a box, leading them to suffocate.
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