Britney Spears Seeks Changes in Custody, Drug-Testing Arrangements

Britney Spears wants to change a court order requiring her to undergo random drug testing in her custody battle with Kevin Federline.

Spears filed a request Friday to "terminate or modify" the order, according to court records released Tuesday. Additional details weren't disclosed.

The request came the same day as Spears and Federline appeared in court for a closed-door hearing in the custody case.

Spears has also asked the court to reinstate her overnight visits with her two sons, Sean Preston, 2, and Jayden James, 1.

A ruling was expected this week.