The court lifted an arrest warrant Thursday that was issued against the actress just hours earlier after she pulled a no-show for a progress review hearing, a court clerk confirms to PEOPLE.
The actress, 23, posted $100,000 bail, paying a bail bondsman $10,000 for the bond, to ensure her appearance at a new hearing date set for Monday morning.
Earlier in the day, Lohan's attorney Shawn Chapman Holley told Superior Court Judge Marsha Revel that her client's passport was stolen while at the film festival, but Revel rejected that as a valid excuse and issued the warrant.
Lohan will likely be ordered to wear an alcohol-monitoring bracelet and subject to weekly drug tests upon her return, a court spokesman said.
The actress, who may be in violation of probation for not adhering to the judge's orders regarding alcohol-education class attendance, could be facing up to six months in jail.