Restaurant owner Leo Molloy has been sentenced to 350 hours community service and fined $15,000 in the District Court at Auckland on Thursday, following his earlier guilty plea for breaching name suppression in the Grace Millane case, TVNZ reports. Molloy, who owns The HeadQuarters bar on Auckland’s Viaduct, happens to be the sole person to date to be charged for numerous breaches of the High Court suppression order on naming the man accused of killing the British backpacker. He breached suppression and named Jesse Kempson in a post on the NZ Premier Racing Community website under his online name “poundforpound.”