Rachel Dolezal, accused of masquerading as a black woman when she was born Caucasian, announced that she gave birth to a son on Tuesday, Feb. 16.
As RadarOnline.com reported, the civil rights activist was outed by her parents last year after decades of altering her identity and allegedly lying on applications for city positions.
The repercussions of the scandal proved to be catastrophic, forcing Dolezal to step down from her post as Spokane chapter president for the NAACP.
Now, many months later, Dolezal has some happy news to share.
"Today, we welcomed the newest addition…Langston Attickus, born on 2/16/16, a healthy and perfect little guy with two proud big bros and a happy momma. (named after Langston Hughes & Crispus Attucks)," Dolezal posted on Facebook this week.
Already a mother of three, Dolezal confirmed her pregnancy back in November, during an exclusive sit-down on The Real.
Unfortunately, the interview proved to be quite awkward as Dolezal ignored comedian host Loni Love's question: "So, I guess the baby black huh?"