A Supreme Court jury in Brisbane heard Warriena Wright’s screams, as she begged accused murderer Gable Tostee to let her go.

The audio was captured on his mobile phone.

They were the last sounds the New Zealand tourist made before she plummeted 14 stories to her death.

Tostee has pleaded not guilty to her murder.

Zarisha Bradley reports.


The jury heard the second half of the phone recordings from the night the pair met on the dating app ‘tinder’.

They can be heard having sex and drinking in 30-year-old, Tostee’s Gold Coast apartment.

At 2:14am Tostee can be heard saying, “you are not my kind of girl, you have worn out your welcome, you have to leave”.

One minute later he says, “you are lucky I haven’t chucked you off my balcony you goddamn psycho”.

Then shortly after, “I am going to walk you out of this apartment just the way you are, you are not going to collect any of your belongings”.

The 26-year-old woman responds, “I am so sorry”.

Ms Wright can then be heard screaming “no” repeatedly and begging him to just let her go home.

Tostee replies, “I would, but you have been a bad girl”.

Her screaming then becomes faint.

The Court heard further phone recordings today between Tostee and his father, which occurred immediately after the incident, where he says it wasn’t his fault and that Ms Wright was beating him up.

The court also saw seemingly happy selfies from Tostee’s phone taken that night.

The trial continues.

Zarisha Bradley, QUT News.