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More charges for teen accused of impersonating a physician

Residency Program Insider, September 2, 2016

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Malachi Love-Robinson, the Florida teenager arrested earlier this year on charges of impersonating a physician and operating an unlicensed medical office, now faces new charges of grand theft and fraud. The charges stem from accusations he wrote a bad check worth $1,500 as a down payment for a car.

Love-Robinson was arrested in February after officials received a tip that he was practicing medicine without a license. He allegedly claimed to be a “doctor of homeopathic medicine” and performed an exam on an undercover officer.

Love-Robinson was previously caught impersonating a physician in January 2015 at St. Mary’s Medical Center, in West Palm Beach, where he had been seen roaming the halls in a white lab coat and sat in on at least one gynecology exam.

Source: ABC News



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