Fake South Florida Teen Doctor Gets 3 Years In The Slammer

Fake South Florida Teen Doctor Gets 3 Years In The Slammer

Fake South Florida Teen Doctor Gets 3 Years In The Slammer

The state investigators found Love-Robinson's role at the clinic went too far, saying that for almost a month he was "leading the public to believe (he) was a licensed medical doctor, without holding an active license", the report said. When he finally gets out, he'll have two years to pay court costs.

Love"-was set to stand trial later this month, but he pleaded guilty on Thursday to charges including fraud, grand theft, and practicing medicine without a license".

Love-Robinson also pleaded guilty to stealing $35,000 from an 86 year old female patient. She became so sick during one visit that Love-Robinson called an ambulance to her home. Three years later, he is trading his white lab coat for blue jail scrubs.

It's been about two full calendar years since we got introduced to Florida's own Malachi Love-Robinson, who at 18 years of age he posed as a fake doctor running a fake af clinic (the "New Birth New Life Alternative Medicine and Urgent Care Clinic") without a license.

But the Love-Robinson ordeal still wasn't over.

According to the Sun Sentinel, Love-Robinson opened a clinic in Florida's Boynton Beach area a few months after the police officer submitted his report, but was forced to close it down after the Sunshine State's Department of Health issued him a cease-and-desist order since he didn't have a medical license.

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Love-Robinson has defended his actions in several interviews and claims that he never told anyone he was a medical doctor.

The woman told deputies that she later went to the bank and realized she had no money in her account.

"I made sure I told (Morrison) I was not a doctor", Love-Robinson told a detective, moments before cutting off questions and asking for a lawyer.

He was arrested in Virginia in September 2016 and served jail time after he tried to purchase a vehicle using fraudulent employment information.

Love-Robinson has already served a year behind bars, which will count towards his sentence.

Love-Robinson then came back to face justice in South Florida.

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