Britney Spears' Lawyer has filed a request to end her random drug testing

Us Magazine is reporting that Britney Spears' lawyer has filed a motion to change the singer’s twice-weekly random drug testing at a hearing for her ongoing custody battle with ex Kevin Federline October 26 in L.A. Superior Court, according to court papers released Tuesday.

According to the papers, her attorney had filed the request before, but Federline’s attorney opposed it October 25. At their hyped-up hearing Friday, Spears’ attorney filed another request to terminate or modify the court order.

A judge has yet to issue a ruling.

L.A. Court Commissioner Scott M. Gordon was also given Spears' parenting coach's report to review, according to the order.

It is the latest update in the ex-couple's increasingly complicated custody battle.