SF Sligo North Leitirm TD Michael Colreavy says that Aengus Ó Snodaigh did not print any material for him following revelations that Deputy Ó Snodaigh used 50-thousand euro worth of printer cartridges between 2007 and 2008.
According to reports in the Irish Indo this morning Deputy O Snodaigh last night refused to pay back the €50,000 print cartridges bill that he ran up at the taxpayer's expense -- which was enough to paper Croke Park three times over.
The episode has also increased the focus on the printing practices of the other 13 Sinn Fein TDs, who accounted for seven of the 'top 20' users of printer cartridge last year.
They included party leader Gerry Adams, who had the second-highest total in the Dail after Labour's Joe Costello, with 23 printer cartridges at a cost of almost €2,000.
But Mr O Snodaigh used 434 printer toner cartridges over a two-year period.
Mr O Snodaigh says that all the printing was for leaflets for his Dublin South Central constituency office between 2007 and 2008 and he denied that he had carried out any printing for any other Sinn Fein members or for any of the party's election campaigns.