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Love-Robinson was arrested in February after law enforcement officials in Florida said he was practicing medicine without a license.

Malachi Love-Robinson, 19, was charged with "three fraud-type offenses" after trying to purchase a Lexus at Kargar Motors in Stafford with an elderly woman as his co-signer, said Donald Lenhart, spokesman for the Stafford County Sheriff's Department.

Detectives said Love-Robinson tried to buy a $35,000 Jaguar from Kargar Motors Car Dealership, located at 3316 Jefferson Davis Highway in Stafford, Virginia, on September 9.

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The deputies approached Love-Robinson and spoke with him, then spoke directly with the elderly woman he was with.

He is also facing charges of practicing medicine without a license after an investigation revealed Love-Robinson had opened his own medical clinic which specialized in gynecology, psychology, and urgent care. "The dealership told Mr. Love-Robinson that they would call him when his credit application was approved and he left the dealership". The dealership called police and the Stafford County Sheriff's Office arrested Love-Robinson at the site around 6 p.m. local time, Park said. He stated she had agreed to co-sign the loan for the Jaguar he was going to purchase.

Love-Robinson was arrested by the deputies and charged. The woman told authorities she had not given Love-Robinson permission to use her information, including her social security number, which Love-Robinson had already provided to the dealership on the credit application. "She advised that he was a distant relative of hers through her son's wife etc., and he considered her to be his God-Mother".

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Love-Robinson has denied all the charges and is now being held in the Rappahannock Regional Jail in Stafford, Va., while officials continue to investigate the latest incident, the AP reported.

Love-Robinson later said he never claimed to be a medical doctor.

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