Gable Tostee could face an inquest into the death of Warriena Wright

In a supplied screengrab acquired Sunday, Nov. 13, 2016 shows Gable Tostee during an interview with 60 minutes. Mr Tostee was acquitted of charges of murder and manslaughter of New Zealander tourist Warriena Wright, who fell to her death from a 14th floor apartment in the early hours of Aug. 8, 2014. (AAP Image/Channel 9, 60 Minutes)

Gable Tostee could face an inquest in to the death of New Zealander Warriena Wright.

In 2014 Ms Wright, from Lower Hutt, fell to her death from Tostee’s 14th floor balcony in the Gold Coast. The pair met earlier that night on dating app tinder.

Tostee was acquitted of both murder and manslaughter after a two-week trial in 2016.

Australian Coroner James McDougall is continuing to investigate the case, reported, and he has not ruled out a coronial hearing.

If fresh evidence is uncovered there could be new charges laid against Tostee and a Justice Department spokesperson told the Sunday Mail investigations were ongoing.   

Gable Tostee and Warriena Wright on the night she died.
Gable Tostee and Warriena Wright on the night she died.

Tostee has changed his name to Eric Thomas, but has remained in the headlines. Last week he lashed out at 60 Minutes after it posted an advert for a podcast about true crimes.     

'Are you that devoid of genuine news that you feel the need to repost this 4+ year old story for the second time in a month,' he posted on the show’s Facebook page  

When a woman accused him of being misogynistic he said 'victim blaming' was 'hardcoded into the fembot brain'.

'They shout it out voluntarily whenever they detect the slightest suggestion that a female might be responsible for her own actions,' he posted.