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Miami Ink's Darren Brass and girlfriend welcome son Cassius Aveory

02/01/2008 at 07:21 PM ET

Miami Ink‘s Darren Brass, 36, and his girlfriend Talea, 23, have welcomed their first child. Son Cassius Aveory Brass is believed to have been born earlier this week.

The pregnancy was announced in September.

Source: Talea’s MySpace

Thanks to CBB reader Michelle.

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crimpe on

ooh, great name! don’t watch the show, but love the name. a break from the trend, and not freaky.

MB on

i really like the name! unique yet flows together nicely and not too “out there.”

whatever happened to the rumor about kat being pregnant?

Sarah’s note: Not true. There’s a denial on the post.

Sarah on

Wasn’t he supposed to be named Cash Avery? I remember seeing that on her myspace…

Anyway, Congrats to them!

Sarah’s note: Yup, I guess they changed their minds. It’s in the pregnancy announcement post we did too, I think ‘Avery’ was spelled slightly differently too.

MB on

Maybe Cash is what they will call him, and Cassius is the formal name.

maike on

His name is Cassius Aveory, not Avery…Talea wrote this at her myspace site and there are pictures of the little boy too =)


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