“The media have hurt me so bad. When this is over I will go back to New Zealand. I want to be left alone. Please respect my privacy, I will not talk to anybody; just leave our family in peace.
“No matter how this goes, I just want to go home.”
Audio recorded on Tostee’s phone from the night of Ms Wright’s death appear to the show the couple’s relationship turning violent.
The prosecution are arguing that Tostee intimidated Wright to the point where she feared for her life and climbing off the balcony was her only means of escape.
Yesterday the court heard that Wright had suffered more than 80 injuries after falling from the 14th floor.
Her blood alcohol was estimated to be 0.156 according to News.com.au, which is three times the legal driving limit.
The trial continues.