An 18-year-old Florida man was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of practicing medicine without a license after authorities say he performed a physical exam on an undercover agent. This is after Malachi Love-Robinson pretended to be a gynecologist in January, calling himself “Dr. Robinson.”

He was arrested in West Palm Beach, Florida, this week for allegedly posing as a licensed medical doctor and operating his own clinic called New Birth, New Life Alternative Medicine and Urgent Care.

Malachi Love-Robinson was reportedly known to his patients as the 25-year-old “Dr. Love,” and claimed to specialize in neuropathy. The teen created an extensive website for his clinic, and even had his own Health Grades profile before he was busted.

The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office says Love-Robinson opened a medical office in West Palm Beach and was posing as a doctor.

He even created a website and a Facebook page for the business, called New Birth New Life Holistic and Alternative Medical Center and Urgent Care.

Just check out that profile photo. This kid wasn’t fooling around. This isn’t even the first time he was busted, either. Back in January of 2015, he was arrested for posing as a doctor in a pregnant woman’s exam room at St. Mary’s Medical Center. He had reportedly been seen by staff and doctors in the hospital for at least a month sporting a St. Mary’s lab coat, a stethoscope, and face mask, walking in the halls and entering patients’ rooms.

He also received a cease and desist order from the Department of Health in October of 2015 for working as a massage therapist at a Boynton Beach Rehabilitation facility without holding an active license.

Love-Robinson was arrested as part of a sting operation, when an undercover sheriff posing as a patient said Dr. Love took her temperature and blood pressure, listened to her lungs, and reportedly gave her medical advice.

Authorities say they received a complaint about Love-Robinson earlier in the month, and that prompted the Florida Department of Health and the Palm Beach Narcotics Task Force to launch an investigation.

He even took the time to make himself a fake certificate and a profile where you rate doctors!

Love-Robinson was booked on the charge of practicing medicine without a license, and the Florida Department of Health served him with a notice to cease and desist, along with several other citations.

He posted bond early Wednesday morning and was released from jail.

Check out the interview he did:

“I’m hurt because of all of these allegations,” Love-Robinson told WPBF 25 News while being arrested, “but this is not the first time I have been accused and I will pursue this, and when I do, you will be the first to know.”



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