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The IVF blunder, thought to be the first in Britain, could lead to a court battle over who are the twins' legal parents, The Sun newspaper said. The white couple, who have not been named, went to the fertility clinic for IVF treatment after trying unsuccessfully for years to have a child, it was reported. During the process, sperm provided by the man and eggs from the woman are mixed in a laboratory, and are then placed into the woman to develop. The British couple noticed something was wrong when the babies were born and were clearly dark-skinned, the Sun said. The blunder could have been caused by the clinic using a black man's sperm to fertilise the white woman's egg, or by the clinic implanting a back couple's fertilised egg into the white woman. Ms Fasano, who is white, gave birth to a black child and a judge ordered that she should hand the infant over to his biological parents. In Holland, suspicions were raised when a woman called Wilma Stuart, who is white, gave birth to dark-skinned twins in DNA tests showed the hospital had mistakenly mixed sperm from her husband with that of a black man from the Dutch Antilles.