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'But then it got to the point where it became really bad, really bad so it was time to go,' she explained.
Though people often speculated when the couple would get married, Bach and Turner refused to walk down the aisle. I don’t need to interfere with that.” Turner continued, “Neither Erwin nor I feel the need to get married.
And speaking about it on the chat show, Tina candidly confessed: 'I walked out without anything and had to make it on my own for my family and everyone so I just went back to work for myself.'However, the decision wasn't an easy one, as she admitted: 'It was very difficult and dangerous because Ike was a violent person and at that point he was on drugs and very insecure. He always said "When you leave, you leave like you came."'Tina confessed that it had been a long road for her to finally bite the bullet and leave him. It was constantly abusive, other things going on, there was no control, there was no freedom, it was just the same this, same this and the violence.
'You just get fed up and you say, "Life is not worth living if I’m going to stay in this situation." She explained what had compelled her to stay during the sixteen year marriage: 'I stayed there as long as I did because I was trying to help, I was trying to help him from the beginning when he told me about his life and how hard it was for him to get a career going and I promised him that I would never leave him and I actually stayed because of that promise.
Over 120 guests were invited including David Bowie, Oprah Winfrey, and Sade and the evening was made memorable with music playing, wine flowing, and good food.
For almost 27 years, Bach and Turner were content to live their leisure-filled European lifestyle where they took bicycle rides through Zurich and the South of France.