The accused murderer who was mistakenly released from Rikers Island told a judge to “suck my d–k” last month — which led to the foul-up that got him out of jail free, according to court records.
Christopher Buggs, 26, who was awaiting trial for a 2018 Brooklyn murder, went ballistic during a Feb. 16 court appearance, when Brooklyn Supreme Court Judge Vincent Del Guidice shot down his bail application, court records show.
“Suck my d–k, you f–king f–got,” Buggs said via video from Rikers.
“[I don’t give a] f–k about no contempt n—-s,” Buggs shot back. “Suck my d–k.”
The judge issued two 30-day contempt of court orders for Buggs — who is already facing a charge of intentional murder and two counts of criminal possession of a loaded gun.
On Monday, a judge sentenced Buggs to time served on the criminal contempt case, according to police sources.
Someone saw this and released Buggs, not realizing that he should have still been held on the murder charge, the sources said.
Buggs was dropped off at the Samuel L. Perry Center, which is at the end of Rikers island but still on the jail side, according to police sources.
There, released inmates are given a MetroCard and wait for the bus to take them off the island, the sources said.
Investigators are looking for video to determine where Buggs got off the bus.
Buggs was still on the loose Thursday morning, according to police.
He is about 5-foot-5 and 160 pounds. A photo released by police shows him with a scar on his cheek and a dollar-sign tattoo on his neck.
He was initially arrested on Feb. 3, 2018, in connection with the slaying of Ernest Brownlee, 55, during a dispute outside a bodega three days earlier on Throop Avenue near Vernon Avenue in Bedford-Stuyvesant, cops said.