The judge then repeated the conditions and asked Lohan if she accepted them. "Yes, your honor," she replied.
Los Angeles County Deputy District Attorney Danette Meyers also asked to see Lohan's airline tickets from Cannes as proof that she had planned to make last Thursday's hearing.
Holley responded that not only did she have the ticket that showed a May 19 scheduled departure but Lohan's replacement passport that was issued in Marseilles.
Last week, Lohan pointed fingers at her father, saying he got someone to steal her passport.
"I always said my father had someone do it," she told UsMagazine.com via email Thursday afternoon.
Lohan was ordered back to court for a formal hearing July 6 regarding her probation violation. She's expected to have witnesses testify as to why she missed completing her alcohol education classes by last Thursday's hearing.
On Sunday, an obviously worried Lohan said in an interview with Hollywood TV that she had tried to find several ways to get back to Los Angeles from Cannes "because I knew i had to deal with certain repercussions and was very scared."
She also defended her trip to Cannes.
"I wasn't partying in Cannes. I was there for work. ... I was there promoting a film," she said. "I've been focusing on my work and getting my classes done, just to be able to start a film again so I can put all this behind me."
Lohan also teared up when asked how she felt about missing her younger brother's graduation to attend today's hearing.
"It sucks," she said. "It's horrible."
ABC News' Sheila Marikar contributed to this report.