Anna Mae Bullock's life changed forever when Ike Turner, the lead singer of a popular St. Louis band, brought her on stage and handed her a microphone. Ike knew he'd found a star, and after Anna recorded the song "A Fool in Love," he changed her name to Tina Turner. Though the two later married, Tina explains in this video clip from "Oprah's Next Chapter" that Ike had a dark motive for the name change.

"If I ran away, Tina was his name," Tina says. "It was patented, as you call it."

"So he could own you," Oprah says.

"So he could own me," Tina says. "Ike was smart. He wasn't an educated smart man, but he had common sense."

In the interview, Tina also recalls when things started to turn physical with Ike. "I started to feel something, and he started to touch me," she says. "I really didn't like it because that was my brother -- that was my friend."

Though it may have looked like it from an outsider's perspective, Tina explains that she wasn't Ike's girlfriend at the time. "It was just control. Ike had sex with everybody around him, Oprah," she says. "Everybody's wife."

Tina says her instincts kicked in and she didn't want to get involved with Ike. However, one day she was told that he wanted to see her in his room. Tina says Ike started the conversation with, "What are you trying to do to me?"

"And then the beating came," Tina says. Gesturing to her head, she describes the abuse. "And then against the head. Always the head, with a shoe stretcher. A wooden shoe stretcher."

Tina says she had never been beaten before, and explains that she was in shock. "It really hurt," she says. "But I was still trying to figure out what was happening."

Afterward, Tina says Ike told her to get in the bed. "Oh, that was really awful," she says. "To have sex after? I hate you – how can we make love now? If it's love."

That was only the beginning of Ike's abuse. "I laid there with a swollen head, just having [had] sex, feeling like 'you have really gotten yourself into something,'" Tina says.

Ike and Tina divorced in 1978. Before his death in 2007, Ike had disputed Tina's accounts of their marriage. Last month, Tina got her fairytale ending when she married her longtime partner Erwin Bach.

"Oprah's Next Chapter" airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET on OWN.

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  • January 1960

    Ike and Tina Turner. Photo: Charlie Gillett Collection/Redferns

  • January 1961

    Photo: Michael Ochs Archives

  • January 1964

    Photo: Michael Ochs Archives

  • January 1964

    Ike and Tina Turner. Photo: Michael Ochs Archives

  • January 1965

    Ike and Tina Turner. Photo: Frank Driggs Collection/Archive Photos

  • September 1966

    Photo: David Redfern

  • January 1969

    Ike and Tina Turner. Photo: Michael Ochs Archives

  • January 1970

    Photo: Michael Ochs Archives

  • January 1970

    Photo: Michael Ochs Archives

  • January 1970

    Photo: Gai Terrell/Redferns

  • January 1970

    Photo: RB/Redferns

  • September 1971

    Photo: Micahel Ochs Archives

  • January 1975

    Photo: Anwar Hussein/Hulton Archive

  • January 1978

    Photo: Harry Langdon/Archive Photos

  • January 1979

    Photo: Gus Stewart/Redferns

  • March 1979

    Photo: David Redfern/Redferns

  • April 1982

    Photo: Fin Costello/Redferns

  • May 1984

    Photo: Michael Ochs Archives

  • January 1985

    Photo: Ron Galella/WireImage

  • January 1990

    Photo: Dave Hogan/Getty Images

  • June 1993

    Photo: Dana Nalbandian/WireImage

  • May 1997

    Photo: Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images

  • July 2000

    Photo: Amanda Edwards/Redferns

  • October 2003

    Photo: Paul Hawthorne/FilmMagic

  • May 2005

    Photo: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images

  • February 2007

    Photo: Venturelli/WireImage

  • February 2008

    Photo: Kevin Mazur/WireImage

  • July 2008

    Photo: Dominique Charriau/WireImage

  • December 2008

    Photo: Kevin Mazur/WireImage

  • March 2009

    Photo: Jo Hale/Getty Images

  • January 2010

    Photo: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images

  • February 2011

    Photo: Vittorio Zunino Celotto /Getty Images

  • February 2011

    Photo: Venturelli/WireImage

  • 2011

  • 2012