It comes as no surprise that young Quaden Bayles is officially "the most Googled kid" of 2020 in Australia.

Read on to learn his heartbreaking story...

Earlier this year, the entire world was captivated by the story of Quaden Bayles.

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Pretty much everyone on the internet saw the heartbreaking video of the young Australian boy in hysterics after being relentlessly bullied at school.

His story first went viral back in February.

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Quaden's mom, Yarraka Bayles, was the one who posted the video to warn others of the dangers of bullying and how badly it can affect young children. In the 6-minute clip, you can see 9-year-old Quaden, who has dwarfism, crying and talking about his school experiences, saying he's considered "the dumbest kid in class."

At one point, he even tells his mother that he wants to kill himself.

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In the distressing video, he says: "Give me a rope, I want to kill myself" and 'I just want to stab myself in the heart... I want someone to kill me." Apparently, other children have been calling him "midget" and tapping his head and pointing out his differences.

This heartbreaking story raised some very important questions.

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The video has since been viewed over twenty million times, and the surge of support was truly overwhelming for the family in the months following.

The response to her post was huge...

And many celebrities and sports stars alike were amongst those offering their support.

The Indigenous All Stars NRL team reached out to the family...

And, incredibly, invited Quaden to walk them onto the pitch at one of their upcoming games.

And that wasn't all...

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Comedian, Brad Williams, who suffers from dwarfism himself, got wind of the heartbreaking story and decided to do something about it.

He wanted to send Quaden and his family to Disney Land.

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Writing on the Go Fund Me page that he created, Williams explained... "I'm setting up this GoFundMe to let Quaden know that bullying will not be tolerated and that he is a wonderful human being who deserves joy."

Tributes from celebs all over the world also began pouring in.

The generosity was astounding.

Quaden very quickly became a social media force...

And the youngster wanted to give some of his own helpful advice to anyone else who might be sharing the same experiences as he did when the video was taken.

This is what he said in his first interview...

"If you get bullied, just stand up for yourself and don't listen to what they say. The parents should make their kids be nice to people with disabilities."

But, despite all the love, a sick rumor started to spread around the internet.

For some reason, people started claiming that Quaden was actually a rich and famous eighteen-year-old, who was just doing this for even more fame and money.

People thought his mom was in on it...

And many believed that the family was trying to exploit the kind hearts of the public, especially when photos of young Quaden posing in designer clothes and with wads of cash were found.

Does anybody know of a 9-year-old to pose like this?

Because we certainly don't! And it did pose the question as to whether Quaden is as young as his family has made out.

But Quaden's family were quick to put the rumors to rest.

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On Quaden's (supposed) Instagram account, a video was posted that showed the youngster flashing his passport.

And there you have it...

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Quaden's date of birth - December 13th, 2010.

Yep, that makes him almost ten years old.

He even flashed a look at the passport photo, just to prove that it is indeed his own.

Over the summer, the heat certainly cooled on the Bayles family...

And they have been keeping things fairly low-key on social media during the pandemic.

And, even though Quaden and his family now have a global fan base...

It seems that sadly, this hasn't been enough to stop the trolls.

Yarraka spoke publicly to the Disability Royal Commission in October...

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Where she explained how Quaden and her family are still the targets of vicious trolls online.

She stated that they still receive hateful messages "still to this day, every day."

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She then stated that there are still people online out who "think it’s their business to make comments... lots of death threats... physical harm against my children, my granddaughter."

The mom was simply desperate for support.

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"I honestly feel like it took for a viral video for us to be able to get the support we need. It just felt like there was not enough being done, so I just stopped complaining," Yarraka said. "I felt like I was being more of a burden or, you know, they’re looking at us like we’re a couple of sooks, and we should just get on with it, and not complain, or report any of these incidents."

It's true when they say, fame isn't all it's cut out to be!

And it seems that young Quaden is actually a lot more famous than we first anticipated.

The 9-year-old learned last week that, in 2020 alone...

More Australians had searched his name on Google this year than anyone else under the age of eighteen.

He shared a message he had received from Google themselves on Instagram...

"Dear Quaden, congrats on being the top trending kid on Search in Australia for 2020! Love, Google," the message read.

Congratulations, Quaden!

We hope Quaden and his family have a wonderful Christmas together and we also hope the young boy will learn to overlook the cruelty and hate that he faces on a daily basis.