"The judge in the child dependency court found NO REASON to have the twins tested for fetal alcohol syndrome, even though Charlie wanted it done," a source told Radar.
"Brooke feels vindicated."
Radar broke the story last year: Mueller finally agreed to have the boys tested for fetal alcohol syndrome because she went to rehab TWICE while pregnant and drank large amounts of booze before giving birth to the boys.
However, Mueller has now changed her mind and didn't want the boys tested.
“Brooke is afraid that if the boys are diagnosed with fetal alcohol syndrome, she will never regain custody of the boys. She knows she is about to get the boys back, but fears she will never get them back if they do have it,” an insider previously told Radar.
“Fetal Alcohol Syndrome can cause problems that may include physical deformities, mental retardation, learning disorders, vision difficulties and behavioral problems, and heart health issues,” the Mayo Clinic, the world noted not-for-profit medical practice and medical research group, states.
Babies suffering from fetal alcohol syndrome often have small eye openings, small head circumference and brain size.
The twins were born seven weeks prematurely and Max had to stay in the hospital’s neonatal intensive care unit because of a heart condition.
"Brooke is happy the boys won't be subjected to any testing," the source tells Radar.
"In her opinion, there is nothing wrong with them."