Nov 30, 2016 06:00 AM EST

Barron Trump 'Autism' Video: Melania Trump Plans to Sue the Uploader; Clip Reaches 3 Million VIews

Son of President-Elect Donald Trump and Melania Trump, Barron, recently had a video on the internet claiming that he has autism. Melania threatens to sue on whoever uploaded the video.

As Gossip Cop reports, Melania already made it clear that her son, Barron, is not autistic. America's New First Lady confirmed that she will sue the person who uploaded the video, which gone viral. It was uploaded on Youtube last November 11 which was entitled "#StopTheBullying," as of now the video was not yet deleted with more than 3 million views.

According to a legal letter from Attorney Charles Harder, the video on Youtube claims that the boy is autistic, when in fact he is not. The cyberbullying, especially to a 10-year old kid like Barron Trump, must end now.

Barron shows frequent movement in the video during Trump's victory speech and in the Republican National Convention. Reportedly, Barron Trump's public behaviour was criticized and claimed as signs of autism.

Rosie O'Donnell was the first one who tweeted the link of the video last Monday; asking if Barron Trump is autistic. If it is true, this will bring opportunity for the autism epidemic to get noticed.

After she tweeted the said video, it caught the attention of a lot of people, including the angry parents who have children with autism. On Sunday, O'Donnell defended herself from the netizens, saying the video she shared has nothing to do with Trump. She revealed that her 3-year old daughter, Dakota, has high functioning autism. She was diagnosed last September, and shows the same signs like Barron's movement and behaviour, says a report from Daily Mail.

However, Melania is not planning to sue O'Donnell. But then, she wants the person who uploaded the video to take responsibility and make a public apology from the 7-minute video and delete it.

As per Jobs & Hire, Donald Trump, as well as Melania and Barron will not stay on the White House. They prefer to stay in New York; Melania wants their son to avoid any disturbances.

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