Eighteen-year-old Malachi Love-Robinson’s plush practice is located in a deluxe medical building in West Palm Beach, Florida. It was opened last month under the name New Birth New Life Holistic And Alternative Medical Center, authorities said. He gave WPBF a tour of the practice when he first moved in.
A medical website says he specialized in chronic fatigue syndrome, depression, psychosis, and substance abuse.
INSIDE EDITION gained access to the clinic. His name is still on the door and there is a sticker covering up the letters M.D. after his name.
A dental hygienist working in the medical building says the teen recently offered her a job and said "he looked like he should be looking for a prom date not a medical worker."
Robinson is being compared to TV’s Doogie Howser, the 15-year-old medical genius played by Neil Patrick Harris back in the 90s.
INSIDE EDITION caught up with Robinson after his release on $21,000 bail.
"I have never been in this situation where the media is coming to my house. It is kind of overwhelming. I can't even go to my office without being stalked or watched," he said.
Love-Robinson held a press conference Wednesday night, but arrived 30 minutes late.
The teen declined to answer questions, NBC Miami reported. He asked the community to pray for him.
"I am deeply saddened and a little disrespected by some of the things that have come forth," he said. "My attorneys are working hard, they're working around the clock to make sure this issue gets resolved in the best way possible."
Love-Robinson has denied any wrongdoing.