The baby was born last week, a day after a New York Times article revealed the details of her pregnancy.
The pregnancy came to light because of an investigation by The Times and its sister paper, The New York Post, that began last September.
As part of the investigation, the newspaper learned that in late April, a woman who identified herself as M.G. told an undercover reporter that she had been dating a man for more than two years.
According to The Times, the woman told the reporter that the relationship began when she was 15 and that they eventually married.
The woman told The Post that the couple later split up, but she said they kept their marriage together until the baby was about a year old.
The Post has since confirmed that the woman is M.M.B. and the Times reported on the story.
She is not pregnant.
In the piece, M.B., who also goes by the nickname “The Great White Hope,” said she had recently stopped seeing her boyfriend, who she said was a white man from Michigan, after a few months.
M.P. told the Times that the pregnancy was the result of a sexual assault she said she suffered when she worked at a massage parlor in the 1980s.
She said she has been sober since the alleged attack, which occurred when she had just turned 19.
M P said she was raped at a bar in Los Angeles when she began dating the man, and she was told he was a doctor at a hospital.
M B and M P had a child together in 2012 and then divorced in 2016.
M M told The Times that her pregnancy was a “wake up call” for her.
“It’s not something I thought I was going to have to deal with,” she said.
“The truth is, I’m actually proud to be a mother.
I’m proud to make a living for myself and my family.”