Neither Ghosn nor his attorney Junichiro Hironaka responded to recent allegations of financial misconduct that led to the arrest of the auto-executive.
Nissan declined to comment on the video.
Ghosn is awaiting a lawsuit with separate charges that for years he underestimated his income and abused his position by transferring personal wealth losses to Nissan. He has denied these allegations.
"If Ghosn does not provide evidence that he has not stolen from Nissan, his position is untenable," said Stephen Givens, who has been practicing law in Japan for over 30 years.
"If the facts are as suggested, this is devastating for Ghosn," added Givens.
Hironaka told reporters he would file a special appeal to the Supreme Court of Japan on Wednesday arguing that there is no reason for Ghosn's backrest.
Ghosn is now back in Tokyo Prison, where he was held for 108 days until he announced a $ 9 million bail in March. Prosecutors can detain Ghosn until April 24, after which they must accuse or release him.
His arrest and detention have led to a review of the judicial system in Japan, allowing suspects without a lawyer to be questioned. The prosecutors in Japan also have an extremely high conviction rate.
. Hironaka criticized Ghosn's treatment on Tuesday and said the morning attack prior to his latest arrest was "inhuman."
Lawyers, including former prosecutors, say that human rights abuses will help little to support the defense of Ghosn if his trial begins later this year.
Renault unveiled new allegations against Ghosn last week alleging costs were incurred by him The former CEO and chairperson included "questionable and hidden practices" that violated his ethics rules.
The French car maker also announced Ghosn's resignation.
On Tuesday it was asked if Ghosn regretted the nearly 20 years in which he led Nissan. Hironaka said:
"He says it's a conspiracy He says it's a conspiracy I do not think there's anything to regret."
Nissan broke the last ties to Ghosn on Monday as the shareholders knocked him out of the board.