Lindsay Lohan's Arrest Warrant Lifted

An arrest warrant for Lindsay Lohan has been lifted after she posted bail.

Lindsay Lohan's arrest warrant has been lifted.

The 'Mean Girls' actress - who failed to appear at a Los Angeles court, claiming her passport had been stolen while she was at the Cannes Film Festival, in France - posted $100,000 bail, paying a bail bondsman $10,000 for the bond, to ensure her appearance at a new hearing date, which has been set for Monday (24.05.10).

Lindsay, 23, reportedly blamed her estranged father Michael Lohan for her passport going missing, prompting him to claim she is "out of her mind".

He told X17 Online: "I don't know if she needs rehab or a psych ward. She's got to be out of her mind to say something like that. It's ridiculous. It's very hurtful."

The actress had claimed she was turned away by the US Embassy when she asked for help and was only able to replace her passport on Thursday (20.05.10).

However, Judge Marsha Revel did not agree with her excuse and said: "Actions speak louder than words."

The judge also added she believes the star has a drug and alcohol problem.

Lindsay - who could be jailed for up to six months - is expected to return to Los Angeles this afternoon. Source:

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