Here are seven things to know:
1. The teen, Malachi Love-Robinson, 18, claims he has a PhD. However, Mr. Love-Robinson did not tell ABC News where he obtained the degree.
2. After Mr. Love-Robinson gave a physical exam and advice to an undercover officer, police arrested the teen.
3. Mr. Love-Robinson allegedly tricked patients through a website and bio, in which he called himself a "well-rounded professional" who used psychotherapy, electrotherapy and other techniques to treat patients.
4. The teen claims he thought he was doing his due diligence as a citizen by helping people. He maintains he never diagnosed patients or misrepresented himself.
5. In an interview with ABC News, Mr. Love-Robinson said, "I have been studying this particular field for a while. It may not have been eight, nine, 10 years. It has been long enough to, I would say, justify what I do."
6. Court documents accuse the teen of treating a patient multiple times and charging her $3,400. The defendant denies the allegations, but says he did see her in a consultation.
7. The court is charging Mr. Love-Robinson with two counts of practicing medicine without a license, one count of grand theft larceny and four counts of fraud. The teen has not yet entered into a plea.
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