Exonerated Tinder playboy Gable Tostee has reacted to news the Queensland Coroner will reopen the investigation into the death of Warriena Wright claiming it is "standard procedure".
Tostee took to social media, posting, "Sigh ... media at it again making news out of something that isn't news. There is no 'new investigation', it is simply a continuation of the Coroner's report. It is 100 per cent standard procedure", on his Eric Thomas Facebook profile.
The post quickly attracted hundreds of comments from supporters and critics, with Tostee's ex-partner Lizzi Evans joining in to urge the 30-year-old to move on with his life.
In the hours following the post Tostee responded to dozens of comments, arguing the points of the case and insulting some, including one woman he asked if she had been "dropped at birth".
Tostee was found not guilty of the murder and manslaughter of Wright after a two-week trial in Brisbane Supreme Court in October.
The 26-year-old New Zealand tourist fell to her death from Tostee's 14th floor balcony in August 2014.
After Tostee was found not guilty, police referred the case back to the Coroner, Terry Ryan, who confirmed this week that his investigation had been reopened.
Evans commented on Tostee's status hours later, asking her former partner why he would even post about it.
"If you know this and are adamant there will be no new information found ... then why make a status about it and allow as you do people to bicker and speculate and name call further ... You got the best possible result ... You are not the only victim in all of this ... Loosing (sic) all respect and love now and I know you better than anyone. This is just sad Gable," she wrote.
It comes just weeks after the two split, with Evans claiming she could not continue with the relationship.
But along with the "haters" Tostee also had a string of supporters who encouraged Tostee to "stay strong" and "make the most of his life".
Legal sources have confirmed a charge such as deprivation of liberty could still potentially be recommended by the Coroner in the Tostee case.