The Grammy-winning R&B singer was arrested Friday.
Kelly appeared in a Chicago courtroom Monday for his arraignment with defense attorney Steve Greenberg.
His next court date is set for 22 March. Six years later, a Cook County jury found Kelly not guilty on all 14 child pornography counts.
The alleged abuse took place over 12 years, Cook County State's Attorney Kimberly Foxx said.
Surviving R Kelly, which originally aired on USA channel Lifetime in January covers a host of allegations against the star, including his marriage to 15-year-old singer Aaliyah, rumours of a "sex cult" and details of both sexual and physical abuse, told by a number of stars including his ex-wife Andrea Kelly.
Law&Crime reached out to Avenatti regarding whether this new tape shows Kelly with the same individual who was in the first one. He said his client's ability to post bail is not affected by a child support case.
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Avenatti, who represents two Kelly victims, previously gave prosecutors video he said also shows Kelly having sex with an underage girl. He started up a relationship with another alleged victim, also a minor, while he was on trial for child pornography charges.
R. Kelly has been released from a Chicago jail after spending the weekend behind bars on sex abuse charges.
By Monday evening, the campaigns in support of Kelly appeared to have been removed.
According to Kelly's attorney, Steven Greenberg, the singer still has yet to collect $100,000 - 10 percent of the $1 million bond - to make bail, but that Kelly's circle is working to amass the funds.
Martinez said Monday that she had an "abusive relationship" with Kelly that started in 1995 when she was 17 and lasted until 1999. Greenberg told the judge that Kelly isn't wealthy despite decades of success creating hit songs. "Mr. Kelly is strong, he's got a lot of support and he's going to be vindicated on all these charges-one by one if it has to be".
Days after Lifetime's three-night documentary series, "Surviving R. Kelly", was aired in January detailing accusations of sexual abuse and pedophilia by the singer, R Kelly was facing eviction at his Chicago studio for owing more than $166,000 in unpaid rent.