Teenage blogger Amos Yee is set to be charged again on Thursday, May 26, according to Today.
The 17-year-old faces eight charges in total: Five for allegedly wounding the religious feelings of Muslims and one for allegedly wounding the religious feelings of Christians.
He faces another two charges for allegedly failing to show up at Jurong Police Division last December and this month.
Yee's impending day in court is confirmed as he posted images of the eight charge sheets on his blog on Wednesday.
For the charges related to allegedly wounding religious feelings, he had posted the content online between November last year and last Thursday.
Not the first time
His latest brush with the law comes less than a year after he was released from jail last July for posting online an obscene image and content intended to hurt the religious feelings of Christians.
Yee's trial, which took place on May 7 and 8, 2015, became an instant public spectacle.
During the trial, the prosecution had sought probation and reformative training at various stages of court proceedings, but Yee had refused to cooperate.
The court found Yee guilty and convicted him of two charges on May 12. He was sentenced to four weeks in jail.
However, sentencing was backdated to include 53 days served in remand, resulting in Yee being freed immediately following the trial.
Yee subsequently filed an appeal against both the court conviction and sentence on July 9, 2015. It was dismissed.
If convicted of deliberately wounding the religious feelings of others, Yee could be jailed up to three years and fined. For failing to show up at Jurong Police Division in spite of an order, he could be jailed up to a month and fined up to S$1,500.