Malachi Love-Robinson, the 18-year-old Floridian arrested last month for impersonating a doctor, apparently didn’t learn anything from his first arrest. The teen was detained again late Tuesday night (Mar. 1) on one count of larceny and five counts of using another person’s identification without consent, Sun Sentinel reports.
Love-Robinson was initially arraigned in early February after he was charged with practicing medicine without a license and performing physical examinations and providing medical advice to a number of “patients,” including an undercover officer. Now, the teen doctor will return to court. The new set of charges stem from allegations that Love-Robinson cashed stolen checks from his 86-year-old patient, who found him through an online search. He reportedly cashed a check for $34,504 to pay toward his auto and credit bills, according to the Sentinel.
Following his return to court, a judge ordered a mental health evaluation within the next 48 hours. In conjunction with this ruling, the judge also ordered for no consumption of drugs or weapon possession. The teen is also prohibited from practicing medicine.
Including these new charges, this is Love-Robinson’s third open case. Considering that Love-Robinson walked off of his on-camera interview with Good Morning America, it’s expected that we won’t be getting a word out of the teen any time soon.