Prosecuting attorney Glen Cash says Tostee, who met Wright for the first time on the night she died, did not throw the victim to her death, but intimidated and threatened her to where she felt climbing down the balcony was her only option.
The court also heard an audio recording on Tostee's phone that captured an altercation between the pair right before the fall.
Cash alleged that Tostee got angry after Wright threw decorative rocks at him and hit him with a telescope. He then claimed Tostee choked and restrained the woman before locking her out on the balcony.
The man is heard to say:
"You're lucky I haven't chucked you off my balcony… If you try to pull anything, I'll knock you out."
The jury was also told a neighbor overheard Wright crying "No, no, no, please let me go home," before witnessing her plummeting from the balcony moments later.
As for the defense, Tostee's lawyer claims Wright was increasingly erratic and aggressive toward Tostee after a night of drinking.
And no, the fact that the singer said she'd headline the 2018 festival instead didn't make things better...
Though regular concert-goers got a better kick out of the cancellation, anticipating plenty of last minute tickets to be available when Yoncé fans realize they don't want to travel to the desert to see Radiohead.
All we can say is, those damn twins better be cute AF!!!!!
See the mass social media hysteria Beyoncé caused (below)!