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Quaden Bayles invokes fake social media accounts that try to take advantage of suicide videos

Despicable trolls have created fake social media accounts in an attempt to take advantage of the bullying of a nine-year-old boy with dwarfism.

An emotional video of Quaden Bayles from Brisbane, made by his mother Yarraka, in which he burst into tears after being the target of bullies, went viral and flooded him with the support of celebrities, sports stars and the general public.

A fundraising campaign started by comedian Brad Williams to send Quaden to Disneyland has raised more than $ 400,000 and celebrities such as actor Hugh Jackman, broadcaster Piers Morgan and rugby league star Johnathan Thurston have shared encouraging messages.

On Saturday, Quaden’s Instagram account “Quadosss” warned his 226,000 followers that false social media accounts were being created claiming to be him and trying to take advantage of his situation.

‘WARNING!!!! FALSE ACCOUNTS! REPORT ASAP! ‘Quaden’s account on Instagram, along with a screenshot of one fake Twitter account with his name.

The account has also retorts fake messages that claimed that Quaden was actually an 18-year-old man and not a nine-year-old elementary school student.

Quaden Bayles' Instagram account 'Quadosss' warned its 226,000 followers that fake accounts were created on Saturday morning

Quaden Bayles’ Instagram account ‘Quadosss’ warned its 226,000 followers that fake accounts were created on Saturday morning

On Saturday, Quaden’s Instagram account “Quadosss” warned his 226,000 followers that fake social media accounts (links) claimed he was him and tried to take advantage of his situation were created

The offensive Twitter account has photos from Quaden and encourages followers to ‘pay my GoFundMe’ and has a link to donate.

Social media users have debated whether Quaden is a child since his story broke out Thursday.

A woman placed a photo of Quaden on an 18th birthday party and claimed that he was actually an adult.

However, since then it has been confirmed that the party was for another person and Quaden was just present.

Quaden’s mother Yarraka Bayles has a photo on her Facebook profile that shows him as a baby in 2012, and also refutes the claim that he is an adult.

“Lil man who goes on for 15 months, bless him now!” Mrs. Bayles wrote at the time.

Another rumor is circulating that Quaden actually acted in the video in which he says he wants to commit suicide after his StarNow profile was revealed.

The account has also retorts fake messages (photo) claiming that Quaden was actually an 18-year-old man and not a nine-year-old elementary school student

The account has also retorts fake messages (photo) claiming that Quaden was actually an 18-year-old man and not a nine-year-old elementary school student

The account has also retorts fake messages (photo) claiming that Quaden was actually an 18-year-old man and not a nine-year-old elementary school student

Quaden’s mother Yarraka Bayles has a photo on her Facebook profile that shows him as a baby in 2012, and also refutes the claim that he is an adult. “Lil man who goes on for 15 months, bless him now!” Mrs. Bayles wrote at the time

While trolls continue to spread rumors, Quaden has received an abundance of international support, including from Hugh Jackman and comedian Brad Williams.

Williams, who also has dwarfism, created a fundraiser for Quaden after the disturbing news that he was being bullied at school.

The fundraising campaign has now collected $ 401,125 from 17,960 supporters since the US comedian launched the GoFundMe page on Thursday.

Collected money will be used to bring Quaden and his mother for a vacation in Disneyland California, while all the surplus is given to charities against bullying.

While trolls continue to spread rumors, Quaden (photo) has received an abundance of international support, including from Hugh Jackman and comedian Brad Williams

While trolls continue to spread rumors, Quaden (photo) has received an abundance of international support, including from Hugh Jackman and comedian Brad Williams

While trolls continue to spread rumors, Quaden (photo) has received an abundance of international support, including from Hugh Jackman and comedian Brad Williams

The fundraising campaign has now collected $ 401,125 from 17,960 supporters since the US comedian launched the GoFundMe page on Thursday

The fundraising campaign has now collected $ 401,125 from 17,960 supporters since the US comedian launched the GoFundMe page on Thursday

The fundraising campaign has now collected $ 401,125 from 17,960 supporters since the US comedian launched the GoFundMe page on Thursday

Quaden’s mother Yarraka shared the disturbing video that provided enormous support after she had picked up her son from school on Wednesday.

The schoolboy, who has achondroplasia – the most common type of dwarfism – said to his mother, “Give me a rope, I want to commit suicide.”

In the video, which has been viewed more than three million times, Quaden also said: “I just want to put myself in the heart … I want someone to kill me.”

Quaden also scratched his neck and said, “I want to die … I want to scratch myself.”

Now he will also lead the Indigenous All-Stars in their rugby league clash with the Maori All Stars in Queensland on Saturday.

Quaden is depicted with NRL star Latrell Mitchell. The nine-year-old will lead the Indigenous All Stars NRL team on Saturday

Quaden is depicted with NRL star Latrell Mitchell. The nine-year-old will lead the Indigenous All Stars NRL team on Saturday

Quaden is depicted with NRL star Latrell Mitchell. The nine-year-old will lead the Indigenous All Stars NRL team on Saturday

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