A few years back, I was at the Broadway musical Urinetown and the Practice star Camryn Manheim was seated right in front of me. She was a much bigger star back then, so when the houselights came on at intermission, she tried to beat the crowd so her presence wouldn't cause a fuss. But as she was racing up the aisle, she tripped and busted ass with an enormous boom. (Seriously, I think the theater shook.) And then there she was, lying in the middle of the aisle right next to me, while everyone else was trying to get to the bathroom. So much for trying to be inconspicuous. Anyway, that was my Camryn moment. Now here's some Camryn dish...You may or may not remember that Camryn gave birth to a little boy named Milo four years ago. The daddy? A big mystery -- and she kept her lips zipped. Well, Page Six is reporting that the daddy/sperm donor is her old friend and hunky male model Jeffrey Brezovar. And Jeffrey, who is on the cover of November's Out, apparently came clean about being Milo's pop, talking about it in his interview for the mag -- complete with a photo shoot with the boy that Camryn was cool with. But after the shoot, Cam changed her mind and demanded that no photos of her son be published. "She suddenly freaked out and had her attorneys contact Out threatening a lawsuit if all references and pictures of Milo were not removed," said a source. So what happened? Apparently Cam, who is a big supporter of the gay and lesbian community, wants to shield her son from the public scrutiny of having a gay father. Further, Jeffrey is now hanging out with Oprah fave Nate Berkus, the designer who lost his last partner in the tsunami. Cam is nervous that Jeffrey's new fame will negatively impact little Milo. So Jeffrey is still on the cover of Out, but instead of naming names, the interview says that he provided the sperm for "a celebrity mom." However, the Website promoting the interview says: "We photograph model and designer Jeffrey Brezovar at his residence in Los Angeles, and he tells us, among other things, about his life as a gay dad."