In the midst of a guardianship battle, 6-year-old Eaton Byrne, the sole survivor of a cable car in which his family was aboard which crashed into an Italian hill in May, was allegedly taken to Israel in a suspected kidnapping by his Israeli family. has gone.
His current legal guardian, Aya Biran-Nirco, the Italy-based sister of Eaton’s father, Amit Biran, has filed a complaint with the Italian police claiming that the child was abducted by his grandfather, Samuel Peleg, Antonia Yamin of Cannes. did.
Eaton is said to have left his home in Fabia, northern Italy, on Saturday morning with Peleg, but did not return until evening as had been agreed. The report states that Birn-Nirko repeatedly tried to reach Peleg until he received a message that said, “Eaton has returned home.”
Biran-Nirko reportedly received a message from Peleg’s lawyer confirming that Eaton arrived in Israel.
According to the report, Eaton’s trip to Israel was made possible because the Peleg family continued to hold their Israeli passports, contrary to an Italian judge’s order.
Fourteen people were killed in May, including Eaton’s father Amit Biran, 30, mother Tal Peleg-Beeran, 26, brother Tom, 26, and Tel Aviv’s great-grandfathers Barbara and Yitzhak Cohen, 71 and 81, respectively. 24 The accident brought weekend visitors to the top of Mount Mottarone in the Piedmont region after a cable broke on an aerial tram. A few days later all five were buried in Israel.