Gable Tostee’s bail application adjourned

UPDATE: THE bail application for accused murderer Gable Tostee has been adjourned in the Brisbane Supreme Court this morning.

The Court heard the 28-year-old had been diagnosed with autism, with Judge Mullins ordering the implications of the diagnosis be examined ahead of a bail decision.

Tostee maintains his innocence, after being charged with the muder of Warriena Wright following her fall from his 14th story Surfers Paradise apartment on August 8.


Police recordings from the night she died were also revealed in Court, with prosecutors arguing he should remain behind bars.

We’ll have more information as it comes to hand.

EARLIER: GABLE Tostee is expected to make a bid for bail in Brisbane Court today.

The Surfers Paradise local is accused of killing New Zealand tourist Warriena Wright, who fell from his 14th floor apartment on August 8th.

The 28-year-old has been held at the Arthur Gorrie Correctional Centre since August 15.

Police are expected to use new evidence, which was controversially published over the weekend, in a bid to keep him behind bars.

The evidence includes a lengthy audio recording from Mr Tostee’s phone on August 8th.