Pfc. Lynndie England (search), the Army reservist seen in some of the most notorious photos in the Abu Ghraib (search) prisoner abuse scandal, has given birth to a baby fathered by another soldier charged in the case.
The 21-year-old England had the baby on Sunday at the post hospital at Fort Bragg, Col. Billy Buckner, an Army spokesman, said Wednesday.
The Sun of Baltimore, citing an unidentified military source, reported that she had a boy.
England's father, Kenneth England of Fort Ashby, W.Va., said the family would not release any information about the birth.
England became a focal point of the scandal after the release of pictures of her smiling and posing with nude Iraqi prisoners, some of them stacked in a pyramid. She was also photographed holding a prisoner on a dog leash.
Attorneys said the child's father is Spc. Charles Graner Jr. (search), England's ex-boyfriend, who is also shown in the prison photographs, including one with a dead man packed in ice in a body bag.
England and Graner are among of seven members of the 372nd Military Police Company (search) of Cresaptown, Md., charged in connection with abuse that occurred at Abu Ghraib prison outside Baghdad late last year.
England faces court-martial in January on charges of abusing detainees and committing indecent acts. She could get up to 38 years in prison if convicted.