KHARTOUM, Sudan — A Sudanese Christian woman whose death sentence for apostasy was overturned was ordered freed again on Thursday after being detained on accusations of forging travel documents.

Meriam Ibrahim, 27, is waiting for bail to be posted in order to step out of Khartoum police station, where she has been detained along with her husband and two small children, one of her lawyers, Muhannad Mustafa, said at the station. Two vehicles with diplomatic plates were seen waiting outside the police station.

Earlier, Ibrahim’s other lawyer Eman Abdul-Rahman told the AP that she had been released after foreign diplomats pressed the government to free her. However, Abdul-Rahman later said that Ibrahim has been granted release but has not physically left the police station.

Ibrahim was sentenced to death over charges of apostasy. A daughter of a Muslim father, Ibrahim was raised by her Christian mother. She married a Christian man, Daniel Wani, who holds American citizenship and is from South Sudanin 2011.

As in many Muslim nations, Muslim women in Sudan are prohibited from marrying non-Muslims, though Muslim men can marry outside their faith.