New Dispute Over Boy Brought to NJ From Brazil - ABC News The grandmother of a boy brought from Brazil to his father's New Jersey home to resolve an international abduction case is complaining that she's not allowed to see the child. Goldman, brought Sean home to New Jersey on Dec. 24 after a five-year international custody battle. Silvana Bianchi, Sean's maternal grandmother, has complained on Brazilian television that she?s not allowed to see him. The Brazilian woman and her husband arrived in New Jersey last month with hopes of visiting 9-year-old Sean Goldman. His father, David Goldman, brought him home on Dec. 24 after a five-year international custody battle. The U.S. Congress and Brazil's Supreme Court weighed in on the case, and the presidents of the two countries discussed it when they met last year. The boy's mother, Bruna Bianchi, took the child to her native Brazil in 2004. There, she divorced Goldman and eventually married a Rio de Janeiro lawyer. After she died giving birth to a daughter in 2008, the abduction case started getting attention around the world.