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Dr. Love Indicted After Trying To Scam His Way Into A $35K Jaguar

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Dr. Love just can’t seem to get enough.

The Florida teen is already facing charges after pretending to be a doctor and he is is now in trouble once again.

Malachi Love-Robinson has now been indicted by a Virginia grand jury for allegedly trying to scam his way into purchasing a $35K Jaguar, according to reports this past Wednesday from authorities.

The 19-year-old found himself first arrested on September 9th of last year in Stafford, Virginia, after he’d allegedly provided fake earnings statements at a car dealership, the Stafford County Sheriff’s Office said in a release when he’d first been arrested.

Image: A mugshot of Malachi Love-Robinson.

During that time, Love-Robinson was accompanied by an elderly woman that had been identified as his godmother.

“The employees there because suspicious of the situation due to some of the things Mr. Love-Robinson was saying,” the sheriff’s office said in the release. “They Googled his name and found that a subject with the same name had been arrested numerous times on fraud type charges in the State of Florida.”

Telling Love that they’d wanted to check out his credit first, the employees called the police. They then notified the fake doctor that his credit application had been approved and he was cleared to come and get the car that he’d wanted.

When Love arrived, the police were waiting for him.

Love insisted that the woman, whom he claimed was his godmother, agreed to sign for the loan. However, she told the police that “she had no intention of doing so” and was surprised when the investigators discovered that “there were two other loan applications submitted in the last couple days with her information.”

Also, they’d checked in with the woman’s credit card company and discovered that “there had been a $1,200 charge the day before the arrest, for two iPad’s and a cell phone that she had not purchased,” the release states.

The items were confiscated once Love was arrested and he was later indicted on charges of false statements to obtain credit.

This is all so crazy, but the next question is… Will he ever stop?

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