LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Britney Spears' attorney says the fallen pop star lost custody of her children because she failed to produce a California driver's license and because she allegedly missed a drug and alcohol test.
The attorney (Sorrell Trope) tells People magazine there's no evidence that Spears actually flunked a drug test.
The claim that she skipped the test came from an attorney for her ex-husband, Kevin Federline.
Yesterday, a court official ordered Spears to surrender custody of her two young sons to Federline "until further order of the court." The couple is due back in court tomorrow.
Spears has a new album set for release on November 13th.