Queensland Supreme Court/Tinder

Tostee Cleared Of Tinder Date's Murder After Creepy Sexts To 260 Women Revealed

An Australian man has been cleared of charges for murdering a woman who fell 14 stories off his balcony while on a Tinder date.

Gable Tostee, 30, was acquitted after the jury was shown eerie video and audio evidence from the time he spent with Warriena Wright, 26, in his apartment in Queensland in the early hours of August 8, 2014.

The verdict comes as creepy Tinder sexts to other women reveal Tostee's predatory nature.

In the messages obtained by DailyMail.com, Tostee calls women "spankable," and explains how he wants to do "naughty things" to them.

It has also been revealed that Tostee led police on a drunken car chase just weeks before Wright's death. He was only stopped when officers laid out road spikes in Surfer's Paradise.

Tostee wrote a groveling letter to the police, in which he apologized for his "dangerous" behavior. He said,

What I did was dangerous, and I am completely ashamed of myself.

Wright was visiting Queensland from New Zealand for a wedding when she went on the date.

Throughout the trial, the jury was shown pictures of the couple posing topless after they had allegedly had sex.

The court also heard a secret audio recording made by Tostee, which went on for a number of hours leading up to Wright's death.

It captured a fight between the couple before she fell. That recording can now be heard in the video below.

He is heard saying,

You're lucky I haven't chucked you off my balcony, you God damn psycho bitch. You're not going to collect any belongings, you're just going to walk out. If you try to pull anything I'll knock you out, I'll knock you the fuck out -- do you understand?

A witness who lives in the apartment underneath Tostee's claims she saw his date falling after she shouted,

No, no, no, please let me go home.

The recording device was still on when Tostee called his dad in the immediate aftermath and told him they had had sex.

Tostee's defense lawyer said the defendant is "relieved this matter is now behind him, and he's looking forward to moving on with his life."