Tera Patrick Gives Birth to Girl

John Sanford

LOS ANGELES — FameDollars, a division of Gamma Entertainment, on Wednesday announced the birth of a healthy baby by their partner and award-winning porn star, Tera Patrick.

The baby girl, named Sophia Evelia Acosta, was born on Feb. 25 at 5:01 a.m. in LA.

Her father is Tony Acosta, a prominent Hollywood special effects artist known for his work in "300," "Dawn of The Dead," and the recent Superman movie, "Man of Steel."

"It was an easy labor," Patrick said. "She's such a perfect little angel, and I'm enjoying being a mother for the first time!"

Patrick continued, "I want to thank my family, my Gamma family, my loyal members at www.TeraPatrick.com, my fans, friends, and all my social media followers. We've received nothing but kind words, warm wishes, and beautiful gifts."

In 2010, Patrick released her memoir, Sinner Takes All, which chronicles her path to stardom and lovelife. She is a supporter of RTA (Restricted to Adults), and was honored with its Annual Service Recognition Award in 2009 by the Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP) for her efforts to protect children online.

Patrick has achieved notable mainstream fame with consistent crossover opportunities that include appearing in a controversial horror movie filmed in Indonesia and lending her voice to the popular video game, "Saints Row 2."