A south Florida teenager is in jail after he played doctor with real patients for the second time in just over a year, authorities say. Malachi Love-Robinson, 18, known as Dr. Robinson to his patients, was arrested after he allegedly gave physical exams and medical advice to people — including an undercover officer — at a holistic medical clinic he founded in West Palm Beach. Sources say Love-Robinson is the same teen caught in January 2015 masquerading as a doctor at St. Mary’s Medical Center, peeking in on gynecology exams and keeping a wardrobe of lab coats inside his car. Dr. Sebastian Kent, an OB/GYN whose office is on the St. Mary’s Medical Center grounds, said he was amazed to hear that the same teen who had introduced himself as a doctor a year ago had been accused of impersonating a doctor a second time. I’ve been in practice for 36 years, this is the first time something like this has happened, he said. It’s very strange. Very, very strange. Love-Robinson is charged with practicing medicine without a license. He is being held at the Palm Beach County Jail on $6,000 bail.