Accused teen 'doctor' offered plea deal

Accused teen 'doctor' offered plea deal

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UPDATE: The state is offering Malachi Love-Robinson a plea deal. The state has made Love-Robinson an offer of 3 years in prison plus probation. A court date was set in June to discuss whether he will take the offer or go to trial.

Love-Robinson wouldn't comment on the deal or the case after today's court hearing.

EARLIER: The teen accused of posing as a doctor in West Palm Beach is headed back to court. According to the court docket the hearing will settle the charges against him.

Malachi Love-Robinson was jailed twice for crimes that stem from a practice he opened up and operated.

Deputies say Love Robinson worked at New Birth New Life Medical Center, 4700 Congress Avenue, and was practicing without a license.

An undercover agent says he was arrested after trying to perform a physical on her, and Love-Robinson also offered medical advice.

Love-Robinson said all the charges were just allegations when he spoke to NewsChannel 5's Michelle Quesada. He also said he ran a legitimate business meant to offer a holistic medicine alternative for people.

Love-Robinson is also accused of grand left and forgery. An 86-year-old woman claims Love-Robinson defrauded her after a series of visits to her home to treat her for severe stomach pain.

Before going to the hospital the woman claims Love-Robinson recommended that she leave her purse and keys at home.

Later the victim learned her bank account was empty so she obtained copies of three checks that she said Love-Robinson forged and cashed without her consent. They totaled $2,794.

Love Robinson's case is set to be heard Wednesday morning.

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