Florida teen arrested for alleged fake medical practice

A south Florida teenager has been arrested after authorities said he was posing as a doctor at an illegal medical office he ran. 

It’s a real medical building in West Palm Beach, with real practices, but investigators said what isn’t real is the teen doctor practicing in a suite. 

"I’ve heard of these things happening but your right, I never thought it would happen in this building," Dr. Allen Schultz, oncologist, said. 

Dr. Schultz is an oncologist on the same floor of the professional office building off North Congress Avenue. 

He said suite 303 was empty up until a couple of weeks ago. 

"All of a sudden I saw the name on the door there," he said. 

Even the directory board at the medical building said Love-Robinson has a PhD and other certifications. 

According to investigators, they worked off of a complaint and found that Love-Robinson was practicing without a medical license. 

Malachi Love-Robinson’s grandfather is still in disbelief about the accusations made against his grandson. 

"He didn’t answer the phone and then the next thing I know somebody is showing me his picture where he’s been arrested," William McKenzie, his grandfather, said. 

To an outsider, the alleged practice would appear legitimate. According to HealthGrades.com, a site where patients can find local doctors, Love-Robinson’s profile said he specializes in naturopathy, psychology and mental health. It also says he is 25 years old. 

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