The new partner of Gable Tostee - the Australian man cleared of his Tinder date's murder and manslaughter - has taken to social media to defend the 30-year-old.
New Zealand woman Lizzi Evans was the Gold Coast carpet layer's shoulder to cry on during his two-week trial, the Daily Mail Australia revealed.
Ms Evans has since mounted a defence of her 'partner' online, writing to New Zealand journalist Rachel Smalley after she wrote a column about the Tostee trial.
She even described Ms Wright as a 'self confessed "psycho" drunk' who felt it OK to 'assault people without warning on their own home'.
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New Zealand woman Lizzi Evans was one of Gable Tostee's closest supporters throughout the nine-day murder trial at the Brisbane Supreme Court
Ms Evans has since mounted a defence of her 'partner' online
Last week Tostee (left) was cleared of his Tinder date Warriena Wright's (right) murder and manslaughter
'You continue to point the finger at an innocent man who acted in self-defence,' Ms Evans wrote, in a scathing Facebook post.
'Correct the jury found him not guilty and had you sat through the trial you would understand why but I certainly didn't see you there.
'What a judgmental and narrow minded report about a situation you clearly know nothing about.'
In another post, she described Mr Tostee as a 'very strong willed' and 'determined' man who has been smeared by the media and was studying architecture.
Ms Evans was at the courthouse with Mr Tostee's family last week as a Supreme Court jury of six men and six women deliberated the 30-year-old's fate.
She was a constant presence by his side during the court proceedings and in the days since.
At the weekend, she even posted a late-night video to social media of 'Gable' reading news stories about himself.
Ms Evans posted this rant about New Zealand journalist Rachel Smalley
Ms Evans, pictured, shot a Snapchat video of Gable at the weekend
Ms Evans (left) sat with his family in the public gallery of the courthouse throughout the trial
Mobbed by media, Gable Tostee (centre) savours a moment to himself on Thursday after being found not guilty of Warriena Wright's murder and manslaughter
During the four tense days the jury spent deliberating and asking questions last week, Ms Evans took pride of place in a private room for Mr Tostee's family.
She sat in the front row of the public gallery on several days, including as the jury unanimously acquitted him of all charges on Thursday afternoon.
Mr Tostee's supporters gasped as the dual 'not guilty' verdicts were read to the Court and Ms Evans was the first to leave the room with the acquitted Mr Tostee.
Ms Evans has posted a happy moment with Gable to Snapchat since the trial's conclusion.
'All Gable ever does is just read about himself,' she says during one late