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Teen reveals how cruel bullies attacked him because of his deformity in the face, made him depressed

A teenager who became depressed after cruel bullies abused him because of his deformation in the face revealed how nine-year-old Quaden Bayles inspired him to share his torment.

Ashley Carter, 19, from Taunton in Somerset, said he was confronted with constant attacks from his classmates and was left with serious mental health problems.

He now shares his story after a shocking video from Quaden from Brisbane, Australia, who said he suffered suicidal thoughts after being a victim of bullying because of his dwarfism.

His mother Yarraka filmed the schoolboy crying and said he wanted to end his life after being seriously bullied by his classmates.

Ashley Carter, 19, from Taunton in Somerset said he was confronted with constant attacks from his classmates and was left with serious mental health problems

Ashley Carter, 19, from Taunton in Somerset said he was confronted with constant attacks from his fellow classmates and was left with serious mental health problems

After the heartbreaking visual material that went viral last Wednesday, Quaden has been flooded with the support of celebrities, athletes and musicians around the world.

Ashley described his own experiences and said: ‘I went to two different primary schools, but the second one was very difficult for me.

“I was bullied every day because I had a deformity in my face, which was very difficult for myself and my family – especially my parents.

“I was bullied emotionally, mentally and physically and it hit me hard.

“I was called a” troll “and” ugly “and pinned to the wall – they would stumble into me in the hallways and playground. They have made my life a hell. “

Ashely (photo) now shares his story after a shocking video from Quaden from Brisbane, Australia, said he suffered suicidal thoughts after being victimized by bullying due to his dwarfism

Ashely (photo) now shares his story after a shocking video from Quaden from Brisbane, Australia, said he suffered suicidal thoughts after being a victim of bullying because of his dwarfism

Jaden's (photo) mother Yarraka filmed the schoolboy crying and saying that he wanted to end his life after being seriously bullied by his classmates

Jaden's (photo) mother Yarraka filmed the schoolboy crying and saying that he wanted to end his life after being seriously bullied by his classmates

Ashley (left) now shares his story after a shocking video of nine-year-old Quaden from Brisbane (right), Australia, that he suffered suicidal thoughts after being victimized by bullying due to his dwarfism

Ashley (photo) said: ‘I went to two different primary schools, but the second one was very difficult for me. “I was bullied every day because I had a” facial distortion “that was very difficult for myself and my family – especially my parents”

Now Ashley wants to raise awareness about the consequences that bullying can have for someone.

The teenager was born with a rare genetic disorder called Treacher Collins syndrome, which causes patients to leave facial distortion.

At birth, Ashley had undeveloped ears, a receding jaw and no cheekbones, meaning he had to undergo more than 30 different operations, such as jaw distractions, tracheotomy, and bone-anchored hearing aids.

Now Ashley wants to raise awareness about the consequences that bullying can have for someone. The teenager was born with a rare genetic disorder called Treacher Collins syndrome, which causes patients to leave facial distortion

Now Ashley wants to raise awareness about the consequences that bullying can have for someone. The teenager was born with a rare genetic disorder called Treacher Collins syndrome, which causes patients to leave facial distortion

Now Ashley wants to raise awareness about the consequences that bullying can have for someone. The teenager was born with a rare genetic disorder called Treacher Collins syndrome, which causes patients to leave facial distortion

At birth, Ashley had undeveloped ears, a receding jaw and no cheekbones, meaning he had to undergo more than 30 different surgeries, such as jaw distractions, tracheotomy and bone anchored hearing aids

At birth, Ashley had undeveloped ears, a receding jaw and no cheekbones, meaning he had to undergo more than 30 different surgeries, such as jaw distractions, tracheotomy and bone anchored hearing aids

While Ashley struggled when he grew up, he has since campaigned against bullying

While Ashley struggled when he grew up, he has since campaigned against bullying

At birth, Ashley had undeveloped ears, a receding jaw and no cheekbones, meaning he had to undergo more than 30 different surgeries, such as jaw distractions, tracheotomy and bone anchored hearing aids. While Ashley struggled when he grew up, he has since campaigned against bullying.

While Ashley struggled when he grew up, he has since campaigned against bullying.

“The support I received from my family was great. If it had not been for my family and friends, I would not think I would be here today. “

When Ashley was born, he was immediately sent to surgery and his parents, Louise and Michael, were told that their son was born with the rare genetic condition.

As a result, Ashley suffered serious malformations and meant that he would undergo surgery for the rest of his life.

Louise said: ‘It had a big impact and tried to protect him from the looks and comments that were so painful.

When Ashley was born, he was immediately sent to surgery and his parents, Louise and Michael, were told that their son was born with the rare genetic condition. He is pictured with his parents

When Ashley was born, he was immediately sent to surgery and his parents, Louise and Michael, were told that their son was born with the rare genetic condition. He is pictured with his parents

When Ashley was born, he was immediately sent to surgery and his parents, Louise and Michael, were told that their son was born with the rare genetic condition. He is pictured with his parents

Ashley said: “My mother and father both mean the world to me and my deceased grandfather who was a second father to me.” He is pictured with his mother

“We never wrapped him up, we took the comments and just explained to him his situation instead of letting him come.”

When Ashley went to primary school, he began to experience the cruel impact of bullying after the other kids were confused by his facial deformity.

Ashley said: ‘The school didn’t help as much as we wanted them.

‘Both my parents went to school a few times and spoke to the director.

“At a certain point my mother said to the director:” If you don’t solve this, I will go to the bullies myself and talk to their parents. “

When Ashley went to primary school, he began to experience the cruel impact of bullying after the other kids were confused by his facial deformity. It is shown with a headband

When Ashley went to primary school, he began to experience the cruel impact of bullying after the other kids were confused by his facial deformity. It is shown with a headband

When Ashley went to primary school, he began to experience the cruel impact of bullying after the other kids were confused by his facial deformity. It is shown with a headband

After being brutally bullied in his youth, Ashley decided to become an anti-bullying campaign and live every day to the full. Ashley is an ambassador for “#IWILL” and “Jeans for Genes,” a fundraising campaign for children suffering from life-changing genetic disorders. He is depicted with a Jeans for Genes T-shirt

“So the directors thought it was best to get me out of class and put me in another class.

“I and my family thought, why should I be moved and not the bullies?

“To be honest, I felt that I was being punished.”

Ashley was exposed to bullying every day while he was in school and still finds the memories painful.

What is Treacher Collins Syndrome?

  • Treacher Collins (TC) syndrome affects the development of bones and other facial tissues.
  • Most patients have underdeveloped facial bones, especially the cheekbones, and a very small jaw and chin.
  • Some people born with the condition are also born with a cleft palate.
  • In severe cases, underdevelopment of facial bones can obstruct the respiratory tract of an affected child, potentially causing life-threatening respiratory problems.
  • People with TC often have slanted eyes, thin eyelashes and notch in the lower eyelid, known as an eyelid coloboom.
  • Some affected people may lose their eyesight.
  • The syndrome is characterized by absent, minor or unusual formed ears and hearing loss occurs in about half of all patients.

“I once cycled to my friend’s house, who lived only five minutes away from me, and as soon as I turned into her street, two boys saw me and chased me, so I turned around and cycled home quickly.

“I believe that if I were slower, I might not be here today.

“I was in a state and when I got home, I screamed at my mother – it was terrible.”

After being brutally bullied in his youth, Ashley decided to become an anti-bullying campaign and live every day to the full.

Ashley is an ambassador for ‘#IWILL’ and Jeans for Genes, a campaign focused on fundraising for children suffering from life-changing genetic disorders.

“Raising this awareness means a lot to me because I know I’ve helped so many people share my story,” Ashley said. He is depicted in elementary school

Ashley was born with a genetic condition called Treacher Collins syndrome that leaves patients with facial deformities. He was immediately taken to surgery and his parents, Louise and Michael, were told that their son was born with the rare genetic condition

Ashley was born with a genetic condition called Treacher Collins syndrome that leaves patients with facial deformity. He was immediately taken to surgery and his parents, Louise and Michael, were told that their son was born with the rare genetic condition

Ashley was born with a genetic condition called Treacher Collins syndrome that leaves patients with facial deformities. He was immediately taken to surgery and his parents, Louise and Michael, were told that their son was born with the rare genetic condition

He has also received a Points of Light Award from the government for making a change in his community and inspiring others.

“Raising this awareness means a lot to me because I know I’ve helped so many people by sharing my story.

‘Since I’ve done my campaign video with’ Fixers’, it has given me confidence and helped me enormously.

“If I can change a person’s life, I know I made the difference.

“The support I had from my family was great.

“My parents would always comfort me if I had a bad day and were always there for me to talk to.

“My mother and father both mean the world to me and my deceased grandfather who was a second father to me.”

Ashley was exposed to bullying every day while he was in school and still finds the memories painful. He is depicted in primary school

Ashley was exposed to bullying every day while he was in school and still finds the memories painful. He is depicted in primary school

Ashley was exposed to bullying every day while he was in school and still finds the memories painful. He is depicted in primary school

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