Rebecca Judd has destroyed Internet scrolls that denounce a false conspiracy theory that nine-year-old schoolboy Quaden Bayles is actually 18.
The footy WAG, 36, continued Picking up fifteen on Monday, fake news around Quaden’s age was a symptom of “canceling culture.”
“Canceling culture is really an epidemic. Something bad is happening to you, so you’re the victim and then you get all this collected money and all this attention, and then it’s almost as if the internet excites you and you become a villain again, “she said.
Taking a position: Rebecca Judd (photo) has destroyed Internet scrolls that make a false conspiracy theory that the bullied nine-year-old schoolboy Quaden Bayles is actually 18
‘She [the Bayles family] have been criticized for forging his age and saying he is 18. He is not 18! He’s nine. “
Rebecca’s co-host Katie “Monty” Dimond added that Hayden’s mother, Yarraka, was forced to remove some of her son’s photos from Instagram and turn off comments because of “brutal” repercussions.
“When I saw all these negative stories come out, I just thought:” Far away, people are cruel. ‘Get off the internet! “Rebecca concluded.
In the past week, false rumors have spread online that Quaden is actually an adult.
Recoil: Rebecca said on The 3pm Pick-Up on Monday that fake news around Quaden’s age was a symptom of “canceling culture.” Pictured: the nine-year-old Quaden Bayles
Trolls: False rumors have spread online last week that Quaden is actually an adult. Pictured: Quading with the Indigenous All-Stars NRL team on the Gold Coast on Saturday
A post on Twitter circulated that his high-profile Instagram page and modeling career were proof that he had “scammed everyone.”
The prosecutor also pointed to a photo of Quaden at a friend’s 18th birthday party and said the celebrations were for him. (They weren’t.)
Yarraka Bayles hit the claims when they came on social media and shared a message from someone who knew Quaden from before his viral video.
Why Quaden IS is a nine year old
1. He was on his friend’s 18th birthday – not his own – in January
2. His model profile, which may not have been updated, says he is eight years old
3. He appeared on TV without teeth and played with toys when he was four years old
4. A photo of him drinking alcohol is cropped to remove the Appletiser next to him
5. A baby photo from 2010 shows him at 16 days old
“He’s nine! Dwarf growth is not a joke, is he a model or actor? ‘read the Facebook message. “There are many children like that … That doesn’t mean it’s **!”
Others also jumped in Quaden’s defense over the birthday post and said he actually attended the party of an older friend.
Meanwhile, an Instagram photo of the Brisbane boy was subtly trimmed by his prosecutors to make it look like he was drinking wine with his mother.
In fact, there was a bottle of Appletiser on a table next to him, showing that his drink was alcohol-free, sparkling apple juice.
Quaden also appeared on television as a four-year-old, sitting on his mother’s lap and playing with toys in an interview with Studio 10 in 2015.
Looking back, Bayles shared a photo of her son’s sixth birthday cake in December 2016 and celebrated Quaden in 2010, who was 16 days old.
The rumors about his age have been accompanied in recent days by trolls who have created social media accounts in an attempt to take advantage of his bullying.
Last week, Quaden’s mother shared a disturbing viral video of her son – who has achondroplasia, the most common form of dwarfism – who says he would rather commit suicide than bullies.
Debunked: this post circulating on Twitter, claiming that Quaden’s high-profile Instagram page and modeling career were proof that he had scammed everyone
Fake news! The prosecutor also pointed to this photo of Quaden at a friend’s 18th birthday party and said the celebrations were for him. They weren’t
Proof: Meanwhile, an Instagram photo of the Brisbane boy was subtly trimmed to make it look like he was drinking wine with his mother. In fact, there was a bottle of Appletiser on a table next to him, showing that his drink was non-alcoholic sparkling apple juice
He pleaded: ‘Give me a rope, I want to commit suicide. I just want to put myself in the heart … I want someone to kill me. I want to die … I want to scratch myself. “
Mrs. Bayles publicly shared the video on Facebook in an effort to raise awareness of the consequences of bullying. Since then it has been shared millions of times.
She said that she normally tries to keep painful moments like this one private, but that she felt she had no choice but to become public.
Proof: Quaden has also appeared on television as a four-year-old who was playing on his mother’s lap with toys in an interview with Studio 10 in 2015
Looking back, Yarraka Bayles celebrated her son who was 16 days old in December 2010
At the start of the five-minute clip, Ms. Bayles said, “I just picked up my son from school, witnessed a bullying episode,” the director called, and I want people to know that this is the effect of bullying. This is what bullying does.
“So please educate your children, your families, your friends, because you only need one copy … and you wonder why children commit suicide.”
Rebecca is married to retired AFL player Chris Judd, 36, and the couple share son Oscar, eight, daughter Billie, six and twin sons Tom and Darcy, three.
Heartbreaking: Last week, Quaden’s mother shared a disturbing viral video of her son – who has achondroplasia, the most common form of dwarfism – who says he would rather commit suicide than bullies at school
The founder of Jaggad spoke frankly about juggling work and motherhood in an interview with The Sydney Morning Herald in May last year.
“When I work more than three days a week, I start to feel a little anxious,” she said.
“I have to spend more time at home, but when I have a quiet working week, I feel like I have to leave the house.”
Rebecca, who also hosts the Channel Nine Postcards travel show, added that she sits down with Chris every Sunday night to calculate their schedules.
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Family: Rebecca is married to retired AFL player Chris Judd and the couple share son Oscar, eight, daughter Billie, six and twin sons Tom and Darcy, three (all pictured)