Former Philippine first lady Imelda Marcos appeared in federal court here to meet the requirements of her $5 million bail, her attorney said.

Marcos met with U.S. officials Thursday to fulfill pre-trial requirements, including promising to keep in touch with federal officials and not leaving the United States, said attorney Richard Hibey.About two dozen supporters greeted her with flower leis as she arrived at the courthouse.

Marcos, the wife of former Philippine president Ferdinand Marcos, pleaded innocent Oct. 31 on federal racketeering charges that accuse the Marcoses of plundering more than $100 million from their homeland.

Marcos was freed on $5 million bail provided by tobacco heiress Doris Duke, a close friend.