Gable Tostee has vowed never to use Tinder again, according to the controversial 60 Minutes interview that is due to be shown later tonight.
Reporter Liam Bartlett spent three days with Tostee, his lawyer and his parents Gray and Helene in a paid interview rumoured to be worth $150,000.
Currently in a new relationship with New Zealander Lizzie Evans, Tostee is adamant he will never use the Tinder app again, said Bartlett.
‘I asked him if he would ever use Tinder again and he said no,’ Bartlett said.
It had also been revealed that Gable’s family are feeling such enormous strain in the wake of the New Zealand native Warriena Wright – who fell to her death from Gable’s Gold Coast balcony - that they have stopped using their last name.
Gable’s younger brother has legally changed his name whilst his carpet salesman father has removed his surname from his business cards.
The full 60 Minutes interview airs at 8:30pm tonight