Malachi Love-Robinson Wiki
Malachi Love-Robinson Biography
Malachi Love-Robinson, 23, was booked into the Palm Beach County Jail Thursday on grand theft and fraud charges.
Love-Robinson spent nearly three years behind bars for his medical scam before being released in September 2019.
Soon after, he began working as a freight forwarder at United States of Freight, a shipping company based in Del Ray Beach.
Investigators now assert that Love-Robinson
According to The Palm Beach Post, United States of Freight “serves as an intermediary, connecting shippers with trucking companies for a fee.”
Customers are supposed to pay directly to the company, which will then pass a portion of the sale to the carrier.
However, Love-Robinson allegedly “created fake accounts and ordered five unwitting customers to pay directly into them.”
The owner of United States of Freight realized the missing money before contacting authorities who launched an investigation.
Love-Robinson has now been released on bail pending an upcoming court appearance.
Love-Robinson was illegally operating a medical practice
Love-Robinson illegally operated a medical practice, complete with an office, a lab coat, and a stethoscope.
He was arrested after an undercover police officer went to his office, The New Birth New Life Medical Center, and complained of lethargy, sneezing and a sore throat.
He took the undercover officer’s temperature and also used a stethoscope to check his heart and lungs.
He then told police that he suffered from allergies and recommended that he take an over-the-counter medicine.
It was later learned that Love-Malachi stole $ 35,000 from an elderly patient.
Love-Robinson initially defended his actions in several interviews and claimed that he never told anyone he was a medical doctor.
However, he has claimed to have a PhD but has never shown documentation or said what field he is in.
“There are many types of degrees that carry the title of doctor, whether they are physicists or engineers. Just because someone has a medical degree in front of their name does not necessarily imply “medical,” he told ABC.
However, he later pleaded guilty to grand theft and practicing medicine without a license and was imprisoned for three and a half years.
The young man had also served time in a Virginia prison for attempting to purchase a Lexus using a false income statement.