Judge revokes bond for accused fake teen doctor after Virginia arrest

Posted at 9:08 AM, Sep 14, 2016

A Palm Beach County judge revoked the bond Wednesday for the accused fake teen doctor after he was arrested in Virginia last week.

Wednesday morning the judge issued a no bond warrant for Malachi Love-Robinson. According to WPTV's legal analyst, this means he is not allowed to be released from custody following his Virginia court proceedings. 

Love-Robinson, 19, now has a public defender, which the judge says is his fourth attorney since he was charged with practicing medicine without a license.


Love-Robinson was arrested Friday in Stafford, Va., on fraud charges after police said he tried to purchase a car using fraudulent employment information.

His public defender is looking into the possibility of transferring the case to the mental health division.

Hearing Held In Virginia

According to the Stafford County (Va.) Clerk's Office, Love-Robinson withdrew his bond motion Wednesday morning.

The clerk's office says Love-Robinson was in the courtroom and represented by a private defense attorney.

He will still be held without bond in a Virginia jail. However, his attorney could re-file for bond at any point.

His next court date in Virginia is Nov. 18.