The Deliveroo rider who allowed hit-and-run victim Thiago Cortes to use his account has now had his self-employed contract terminated with the company, it is understood.
Mr Cortes was not legally allowed to be working for Deliveroo at the time of his death.
The Brazilian (28) died on September 1 from injuries he suffered when he was knocked down in Dublin while cycling as a courier for the fast-food delivery firm.
He had only recently become engaged to his partner Teresa Dantas, who said this weekend she remains heartbroken but thanked the Irish public for their support.
A north Dublin teenager, well known to gardaí, was driving an uninsured and untaxed Ford Focus and is the chief suspect for the hit-and-run at North Wall Quay.
In a new development, it has emerged that the much-loved Brazilian had been sub-contracting a friend’s Deliveroo account when he was killed.
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