Hojabri posted around 300 videos on her Instagram account and a lot of them showed her dancing in her room to Iranian and western music.
While little is known about the teen, her videos have been shared by hundreds of people since her arrest - with activists posting using the hashtag #dancing_isn't_a_crime.
Some women can be seen without their headscarves, but their faces covered.
Maedeh Hojabri became something of an internet star in recent months dancing her way into people's hearts the world over. One of them is Elnaz Qasemi, who had more than 600,000 Instagram followers. She had some 43,000 followers. According to Shabooneh, a local news website, three other individuals were also released on bail after receiving similar charges.
"It wasn't incitement, I didn't want to encourage anyone, I didn't have an objective", she said. I didn't work with a team, I received no training.
The Iranian government has strict rules governing women's clothing and dancing with members of the opposite sex in public is banned, except in front of immediate family members. "I only do gymnastics".
"For centuries people have uncovered themselves and danced and this religion wasn't harmed", Iranian cleric Mohammad-Reza Zaeri wrote on his Instagram page.
In April, an official of the Islamic guidance department was arrested after a video showing a group of young men and women clapping and dancing during a concert at a shopping mall in Masshad.
In August a year ago, six women were arrested for dancing Zumba, a modern and popular dance style.
Iranian police have said they plan to shut down similar accounts on Instagram, which is used by millions of Iranians.