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Florida teen impersonates a doctor…again

Florida teen impersonates a doctor…again

February’s Internet sensation, at least where I hang out, was Malachi Love-Robinson, the 18-year-old boy arrested in Florida for fraud and practicing medicine without a license. This wasn’t his first rodeo. Last year I wrote about his month-long stint posing as a doctor in a West Palm Beach hospital. When finally unmasked, he was in an exam room with a gynecologist and a pregnant woman. That time he wasn’t charged with a crime. Armed with a PhD from an unnamed online university and board certifications from both the American Alternative Medical Association and the American Association of Drugless Practitioners, he opened the New Birth New Life Holistic and Alternative Medical Center and Urgent Care either late last year or in January.   “Like the obstetrician in whose examining room the boy was discovered last year, I am amazed that this happened again.”   After a complaint from an elderly woman who he had examined at her home and told to go to the hospital, the Florida Department of Health sent a female undercover agent to his office. After a physical examination, he told her there was nothing wrong with her. He then was arrested and later released on $21,000 bail. The lad isn’t merely a PhD. He says he has a Psy D, an MD, and the following degrees: HHP-C and AMP-C. Both Google and I don’t know what those two stand for. His grandfather was interviewed and said the boy never claimed he was an MD, but the list of degrees on his office door contradicts that.   According to the Sun Sentinel, Love-Robinson is also an “up-and-coming...
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