'Fake Teen Doctor' Arrested Again Trying to Buy Jaguar

Vickie Mathis
September 17, 2016

WJLA reported that 19-year-old Malachi Love-Robinson was removed from a Stafford, Virginia auto dealership after allegedly trying to buy a vehicle.

Employees at Kargar Motors Car Dealership in Stafford grew suspicious when 19-year-old Malachi Love-Robinson and an elderly woman attempted to buy a Jaguar for $35,000, FOX40 sister station WTVR reported.

She told deputies that she did not give Love-Robinson permission to use her as a co-signer for the loan.

After they learned more about Love-Robinson's past - those workers called investigators.

The 73-year-old woman with him was not his mother, which led employees to believe the teen used her as a prop.

After a quick internet search of his name later and the dealership called the police.

The employees were concerned that Love-Robison might have been trying to fraudulently buy the auto and stealing money from the woman he claimed to be his mother, a police spokesperson told reporters.

The deputies approached Love-Robinson and spoke with him, then spoke directly with the elderly woman he was with. Robinson told authorities he had planned to buy a vehicle for himself and one for the woman, who he described as his godmother, said the television station.

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Closer to home, Love-Robinson is in a mess of legal troubles in Florida for allegedly opening a medical practice in West Palm Beach and seeing patients without a license.

This isn't Love-Robinson's first car-related fraud charge, either - he was arrested and charged in Florida last month for trying to use a bad check to make a down payment on a vehicle.

She told deputies she was a distant relative of the teen's, the sheriff's office said. He then suspiciously tried to use her name as a co-signer on the loan.

And a check of the woman's credit card history revealed a $1,200 charge from Thursday for two iPads and a cell phone, which she told the deputies she hadn't purchased. Love-Robinson illegally operated a medical practice for months in Palm Beach County. "They were seized along with other items at the time of his arrest".

Malachi Love-Robinson (right) and attorney Leonard Feuer in court on June 23, 2016.

The teenager who made headlines in Florida after posing as a doctor is facing more fraud charges. Love-Robinson left jail after that August arrest after he paid a $8,000 in bail.

Dr. Love is back at it - at least, according to law enforcement. He was caught after performing a physical exam on an undercover agent and offering medical advice.

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