"He's where he belongs", Martinez said of Kelly's weekend stay at the Cook County Jail.
On Saturday, a USA judge set Kelly's bail at $1million, of which the singer is required to pay 10%.
In the newest twist in Kelly's sexual abuse case, attorney Michael Avenatti is reportedly gearing up to hand over yet another child sexual assault tape to Chicago prosecutors that is said to be more disturbing than the one they already have in hand.
This comes just one day after the Cook County State's Attorney's Office announced that Jussie Smollett had been indicted by a grand jury on a single charge of disorderly conduct for falsifying a police report. One is linked to three different counts.
Prosecutors in the 2008 case also introduced a video as evidence against Kelly, but the victim did not testify.
The 55-minute video allegedly features the same 14-year-old who appeared in the first one, and is believed to have R Kelly "coaching" her through various sexual situations. According to the document, the victim repeatedly describes herself as 14 years old. It was unclear whether any of the apparently more than two dozen GoFundMe accounts started to raise money for the disgraced singer's bail were used to free Kelly.More news: Tiger Woods Carves Unbelievable Shot From Fairway Bunker
"We are very happy with the bond that was set", Greenberg said at the time. He's a rock star. She called Kelly, who told her to take a cab to his Chicago studio. Kelly defiantly scheduled concerts in Germany and the Netherlands despite the cloud of legal issues looming over him. When the woman resisted, Kelly masturbated, ejaculated and spit on her.
Kelly has denied the charges.
Kelly broke into the R&B scene in 1993 with his first solo album, "12 Play", which produced such popular sex-themed songs as "Your Body's Callin'" and "Bump N' Grind".
Kelly plead not guilty to all ten counts on Monday (February 25). Kelly has written numerous hits for himself and other artists, including Celine Dion, Michael Jackson and Lady Gaga.
Each of the 10 counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse Kelly is facing carries a possible sentence of three to seven years; probation without prison time is also an option.
Kim Foxx - the state's attorney for Cook County, which includes Chicago - told journalists the alleged crimes occurred between 1998 and 2010. Probation is also an option.