She is also undergoing treatment for leg injuries, but police say that her legs were not broken during the incident. (see original story here)
Ms Gavios told police that she hired local tour guide to lead her from Ao Railay to Ao Tonsai.
While they were hiking, the man made a sexual passes at her, causing her to panic and fall from the mountain.
Suspect, Apai Raingworchai, 28, a local guide who initially reported the incident, was taken by police to the scene of the incident today in order to conduct a re-enactment.
He has admitted his sexual advances towards Ms Gavios caused her to flee and subsequently fall from the mountain at Ao Railay in Krabi on Thursday night (Sep 1).
Ao Nang Deputy Police Chief, Lt Col Winai Poonsawas revealed this morning (Sep 3) that officers were taking Raingworchai to the area where the incident took place for a re-enactment.
Raingworchai lead officers to the spot where he first met Ms Gavois and agreed to walk her back to her accommodation at Tonsai - along mountain trail some 50 metres above sea level.
He then lead Police to a second spot along the mountain path, where he made unwanted sexual advances to Ms Gavios causing her to panic and flee.
He then led police to a rocky spot approximately 45 metres below the trail, where rescued workers found Ms Gavios after she spent the night unaided in the wild, just 15 metres from the water below.
He told police that after she fell he came looking her and found her lying still between rocks.
He admitted that he put his hand on her body, but that he walked away after she bit his ear.
He later reported the incident to police, claiming that he did not rape her.
Raingworchai was taken to Ao Nang Police Station to face assault causing injury and sexual harassment charges. He was later taken to a cell at the Krabi Provincial Court.