18-year-old ‘Dr’ Malachi Love-Robinson
18-year-old Malachi Love-Robinson, Florida teen currently facing charges of posing as a medical doctor faces new fraud charges in Virginia
Love-Robinson was arrested Friday, charged with identity theft and other fraud offenses after he attempted to purchase a Jaguar at a Virginia car dealership
Claims he came to Virginia to buy a car for himself and another for his godmother.
Co-signer for his car loan application was an elderly lady, who told officers she’s unaware of the purchase
Love-Robinson in court on charges of defrauding an 86-year-old patient
A Florida teenager accused of practicing medicine without qualification or license was busted in Virginia for yet another instance of fraud. 18-year-old Malachi Love-Robinson was arrested Friday and charged with identity theft and other fraud offenses after he attempted to purchase a Jaguar at a car dealership, Stafford County.
Love-Robinson who is already facing charges for stealing money from an 86-year-old patient faces new charges in Virginia after authorities say he fraudulently tried to buy a luxury car.
Employees at Kargar Motors Car Dealership became suspicious when Love-Robinson applied for a car loan with an elderly woman as the co-signer on the loan.
The employees called the sheriff’s office after looking up Love-Robinson’s name in an internet search. Deputies came to the car dealership and spoke with Love-Robinson, who said he came to Virginia to buy a car for himself and another for his godmother.
When contacted, the woman told deputies that she had not given Love-Robinson permission to be listed as a co-signer on the loan. She also told police she
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was unaware of recent purchases made on her credit card for two iPads. The sheriff’s office says deputies seized the iPads when they arrested Love-Robinson.
The matter is under investigation and Love-Robinson is being held in the Rappahannock Regional Jail.
Love-Robinson was arrested in February after law enforcement officials in Florida said he was practicing medicine without a license.
Authorities in Palm Beach County said Love-Robinson was illegally operating a medical practice — complete with an office, a lab coat and stethoscope — but had no license to do so.
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In one instance, they said he went to a woman’s house five times after she contacted him online to treat her for stomach pains. He told her she suffered from arthritis and sold her vitamins, charging her $3,494 that she paid by check.
Love-Robinson has denied the charges, saying he never said he was a medical doctor. He claims to have a doctorate from the Universal Life Church, which sells them online for $29.95.
His trial on charges of practicing medicine without a license has been delayed until November while his attorney considers a possible insanity defense, according to media reports.