Cop killer Markeith Loyd cursed at the judge during his first court appearance in Orlando on Thursday.
Loyd was arrested Tuesday night following an intense manhunt after he shot and killed Orlando police Master Sgt. Debra Clayton on Jan. 9.
The 41-year-old fast food worker was in court on Thursday to face charges in connection with the shooting death of his pregnant ex-girlfriend, Sade Dixon, 24.
Loyd offered some resistance during his arrest and was beaten into submission.
Wearing a bloodstained bandage over his left eye, and with 2 cops flanking him in court, Loyd yelled profanities at Judge Jeanette Dejuras Bigney, "They done took my eye. Broke my nose, broke my jaw… said I resisted, but I crawled out to the mutha f--- road. I didn't resist sh-t!"
When the judge read the charges against him, Loyd hollered, "Ya'll making up sh-t like I just went in there and shot this girl, endangering my family. Ya'll portray this sh-t to the news people like I just went in there and shot this girl."
Dixon was killed when she answered the door at her parents' home on Dec. 13. She was 3 months pregnant and leaves behind 2 sons, ages 2 and 8. Loyd also shot and wounded Dixon's brother, Ronald Steward, 26, when he rushed to help her.
Loyd was charged with 2 counts of first-degree murder and 2 counts of aggravated assault with a firearm.
The judge set no bond on the murder charges and bond at $1,500 each for the two aggravated assault charges.
As he was led out of the courtroom, Loyd yelled to the judge, "F-ck you!"