Britney Spears did not respond to 8 of 14 random drug requests, Kevin Federline's lawyer said in court today. Britney's attorney, Anne Kiley, countered that just because the singer may fail to respond to testing calls doesn't mean she's using drugs. When Commissioner Gordon stated that responding to a morning call wasn't an extreme request, Kiley shot back: "But you're not a pop star with a No. 1 album to promote." Actually, Ms. Kiley, Blackout came in at #2, and Brit has done barely any promotion. But you're paid to argue, we get it. [People]