The feds and Florida state police bust up a teen who pretended to be a doctor. Matter of fact, he was that good, many of his patients headed to his clinic.
Malachi Love-Robinson got international attention for practicing medicine without a license. The FBI, the Florida Department of Health, the Palm Beach County sheriff were watching Robinson.
They knew that he was circulating a practice in West Palm Beach and they had an informant go into the office to get a check up.
The law said that Love-Robinson physically examined and provided medical advice.
As the law led Robinson out of his office in handcuffs, he talked to the junk food media.
"I'm hurt because of the accusations and allegations, but like I said, this is not the first time where I've been accused and I will pursue this, and when I do, you guys will know."
Now that he posted his get out free card, Love-Robinson managed to get a lawyer and clammed up. He said he will not talk to the junk food media without a lawyer present.
He created his own medical practice. The website itself had his practice, ratings from the Better Business Bureau, and labeled him as the president, CEO and founder. He even refers himself as "Dr."
He also has studied the medical lingo of HHPC, and Ph.D. for his business.
|Mugshot of phony doctor.|
It's not the first time Love-Robinson has run-ins with the law. After a tip to the law, the Department of Health filed a cease-and-desist notice in October, They warned him to stop practicing medicine without a license.
Love-Robinson described himself as a "well-rounded professional" on the Health Grades website. He also says that he is 25 years old. Wrong, he's still 18 years old and not legally authorized to be a doctor.
"I utilize physiological,psychological and mechanical methods, such as air water, light, heat, earth (to treat patients)." he said on his profile.
The website of his business is called New Birth New Life. He also had employed two other workers who were shocked that he wasn't a real doctor.
Love-Robinson is facing a third-degree felony. He could spent up to 20 years in the iron college if he's found guilty. He is innocent until proven guilty.