By Zoe Zaczek For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 23:47 GMT, 12 February 2019 | Updated: 23:47 GMT, 12 February 2019
Tinder lothario Gable Tostee, who was acquitted of killing a woman he met on the dating app, claims he was assaulted by a woman inside his parents' home.
Tostee, now called Eric Thomas, reported a disturbance at the Gold Coast property on Tuesday.
Police and paramedics were called to the Carrara home and Tostee said he had been assaulted by the woman who was 'going off', The Courier-Mail reported.
Gable Tostee (pictured), now called Eric Thomas, reported a disturbance at his parents Gold Coast property on Tuesday
Police and paramedics were called to the Carrara home and Tostee said he had been assaulted by the woman who was 'going off'
The woman was transported to Robina Hospital for a mental health assessment after reportedly threatening to commit suicide.
Tostee is being treated as the victim of the altercation, according to police sources.
Tostee stood trial for the death of New Zealand tourist Warriena Wright, 26, after she fell 14 storeys from his Gold Coast apartment in 2014.
The pair were on a first date after they met through Tinder.
The trial, which ended in him being acquitted, relied on a three-hour audio recording Tostee captured on his mobile phone during their date which included drunken sex.