The partner of Gable Tostee, who has stood by him appearing daily in court during his murder trial, has outed herself on social media by coming to the defence of the man she calls “determined” and “strong willed.”
New Zealander Lizzi Evans sat with Gable Tostee’s parents in court and gasped as he was proclaimed not guilty last week.
The young woman, originally from Auckland, began spending increasing amounts of time on the Gold Coast and is now relocating there to be closer to Tostee, according to her Facebook posts.
Evans, who News Limited says has been seeing Tostee since last April, has admitted to being a part of the closed Facebook group called “Gable Tostee and Warriena Wright case discussion group.”
There members would analyse and discuss the events of the trial – and debate Tostee’s innocence or guilt, unaware that in their midst was Tostee’s partner herself.
Lizzi Evans, a New Zealander sat with Gable Tostee’s parents in court. Via Facebook.
Evans took to Facebook to launch an attack on Warriena Wright, calling Ms Wright a self-confessed "psycho drunk”.
Lizzi Evans also said her boyfriend plans to sue the media for defamation now the case had concluded.
Lizzi Evans via Facebook.
A jury of six men and six women last week found Gable Tostee not guilty of murder and of the lesser charge of manslaughter, following a nine-day trial in the Brisbane Supreme Court with four of them being deliberations.
News Limited reports that Ms Evans confirmed she was in a relationship with Tostee.
Evans made the comments on Saturday on the Facebook page of New Zealand journalist Rachel Smalley.
Lizzi Evans accused Warriena Wright of being a "phycho". Via Facebook.
She wrote that Warriena Wright was "incredibly intoxicated, self-confessed 'phycho' [sic] drunk whom felt it OK to assault people without warning on their own home".