The Florida teen already facing charges for impersonating a doctor has been indicted for allegedly trying to buy a luxury sports car illegally.
Malachi Love-Robinson, 19, was indicted by a grand jury on Wednesday for trying to purchase a Jaguar for $35,000 from Kargar Motors in Stafford, Virginia, last September.
Police say the 19-year-old produced a fake earnings report when he tried to pick up his illegal wheels, and that staff became suspicious when he was with an elderly woman who he said was allegedly set to co-sign the car loan.
But she later said she had not told the teenager should would co-sign his loan, and police found he used her credit card to buy two iPads.
He reportedly also claimed to be a doctor making $120,000 a year, which raised another red flag with dealership staff.
Deputies were then called, and the teenager was arrested. He is scheduled to be arraigned on January 20.
Prior to the Jaguar incident, Love-Robinson shot to infamy after he was arrested for practicing medicine without a license and stealing more than $35,000 from an 86-year-old patient.
He was then arrested again in March and charged with two counts of practicing medicine without a license, two counts of practice of naturopathy without a license, three counts of forgery, two counts of grand theft from a person 65 or older, and three counts of fraudulent use of personal identification information.
The teen was illegally operating a medical practice — complete with an office, a lab coat and stethoscope — but had no license to do so, authorities in Palm Beach County said.
In one instance, they said he went to a woman’s house five times after she contacted him online to treat her for stomach pains.
He told her she suffered from arthritis and sold her vitamins, charging her $3,494, which she paid by check.
He was charged then with two counts of practicing medicine without a license, one count of grand theft larceny and four counts of fraud.
Love-Robinson has denied the charges, saying he never said he was a medical doctor.
He claims to have a doctorate from the Universal Life Church, which sells them online for $29.95.
The teenager had also been the subject of another lawsuit stemming from an incident at a car dealership.
Grieco Mazda in Delray Beach filed a lawsuit seeking roughly $7,200 in damages and interest claiming that the teen wrote them a bad check for a new car.
A lawsuit claims that in June 2015, Love-Robinson gave a salesman a Wells Fargo check for $1,800 as a down payment for a 2016 red Mazda 6 costing more than $27,000, the Palm Beach Post reported.
The bank refused to cash the check, saying the account was closed.