Bullied 9-year-old Quaden Bayles accused of lying about his age

The 9-year-old boy, Quaden Bayles, who went viral after claiming he was bullied in school and wanted to kill himself has been accused of lying.

Quaden Bayles caught global attention with a video of him that went viral, showing him in a school uniform crying, saying he wants to kill himself as a woman at the background, his mother, claimed he is a 9-year-old boy being bullied in school.

Bullied 9-year-old Quaden Bayles lied, he is a rich celebrity in Australia

She stated that her son who has dwarfism had tried to kill himself in the past and she called for parents to teach their children to stop bullying because of the effect on him and the entire family.

Many are now claiming that Quaden is not who he claims he is, he is accused of being a rich model/actor/IG celebrity in Australia who is 18-year-old and not 9-year-old as claimed. His IG page, quadosss, has over 168,000 following and pictures of him at an 18th birthday which was posted on the 18th of January is claimed to be his.

Read Also: Proof that Quaden is a 9-year-old child as claimed.

The heartbreaking video which was viewed over 16 million times caught the global attention and US Comedian, Brad Williams who also has dwarfism started a GoFundMe for him which raised over $200,000 donations to travel to Disney with his mother.

Quaden is also slated to lead the National Rugby League’s Indigenous All-Stars team out before Saturday’s NRL pre-season match against the Maori All-Stars in Queensland’s Gold Coast.

His mother has now reacted to this rumour (read here).

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