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    Soul Singer P.P. Arnold Alleges That Ike Turner Raped Her

    Soul singer P.P. Arnold is the writer of the brand new memoir Soul Survivor: The Autobiography. In a brand new interview with The Telegraph, it’s revealed that Arnold alleges in her e book that Ike Turner “trapped her in a room and raped her.” It’s not specified within the interview when the alleged assault occurred. “What can I say? It was terrible,” Arnold instructed The Telegraph. “I despised Ike on that stage, however I didn’t know find out how to categorical myself. I used to be instructed Tina [Turner] needed to eliminate me as a result of Ike was after me. If I had run to Tina or referred to as my mother and father, it will have meant I might have [had] to return house.”

    P.P. Arnold was a member of the Ikettes—the backup singers for the Ike & Tina Turner Revue. In 1967, she discovered success as a solo singer along with her efficiency of “The First Minimize Is the Deepest.” She launched two studio albums within the late ’60s and had a profession resurgence in 1984 when Andrew Lloyd Webber forged her within the unique Starlight Specific. In 2019, she launched a group of recent materials referred to as The New Adventures Of…. Arnold’s new e book, Soul Survivor: The Autobiography, is out in the UK this Thursday, July 7, through 9 Eight Books.

    For many years, Tina Tuner has been vocal in regards to the abuse she endured throughout her marriage to Ike Turner. (The singers have been married between 1962 and 1978, and Ike Turner died in 2007 on the age of 76.) In her 2018 e book My Love Story, Tina Turner wrote, “Intercourse with Ike had turn into an expression of hostility—a form of rape—particularly when it started or ended with a beating.”

    When you or somebody you already know has been affected by sexual assault or home abuse, we encourage you to succeed in out for assist:

    RAINN Nationwide Sexual Assault Hotline 
    1 800 656 HOPE (4673)

    Disaster Textual content Line (chat assist)
    SMS: Textual content “HERE” to 741-741

    The Nationwide Home Violence Hotline
    1-800-799-SAFE (7233)

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