Christina Milian opened up about a previous abusive on Tuesday's Christina Milian Turned Up.
On the episode, the 34-year-old talked about a new app she's involved with called Stop Attack, which helps people in abusive relationships record the violence they're experiencing.
While discussing this project, Christina revealed that she is a domestic violence survivor and shared her story.
Find out what Christina had to say in the Christina Milian Turned Up recap below and see five other shocking moments you missed on the episode!
1.Christina and Snoop Dogg Film "Like Me" Music Video:
Christina and Snoop Dogg get together to film the music video for their song "Like Me." In the clip above, you'll see Christina and Snoop Dogg working it for the cameras. Christina also talks about how "amazing" it is to have Snoop on the song and to have him in the video.
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2. Dom Asks Lizzy's Dad Permission to Marry Her:
Lizzy's dad Don is in town and Dom takes the opportunity to talk to him about marrying Lizzy. Dom tells Don how much he loves Lizzy and asks permission to propose to her.
"Do I have your permission to propose to your daughter?" Dom asks.
"No," Don says and then laughs! "I'm kidding, you have my permission." Aw!
3. Danielle Has Pregnancy Pains While Filming an Infomercial:
Danielle and Lizzy are shooting a hair product infomercial when Danielle starts to have pains in her stomach. She's not due for two months, so the pain starts to worry everyone.
"I haven't had pain like this," Danielle says.
"Is it like the upper part of the stomach? The whole belly? Tell me," Danielle's mom Carmen Milian says.
"It's just it's starting on my left side and it's just radiating pain," Danielle says.
Danielle goes on to say, "This is scary, everything is on the line right now. I have a job on the line and a baby at risk. I cannot be having contractions right now."
Danielle decides to rest and feels well enough to continue with the shoot after about 15 minutes.
4. Christina Talks to Her Mom About a Former Abusive Relationship:
Christina and Carmen start talking about Stop Attack, an emergency assault app which Christina is helping to promote. She's actually doing a photo campaign where you write down what you want stopped in the world and post it on social media with the #StopAttackChallenge.
While discussing the app, Christina recalls being in an abusive relationship.
"I thought about even when you know I was in that abusive relationship back in the day," Christina says.
"I remember he instilled that fear in you that if you left him he would hurt us and because of that you stayed in it," Carmen says. "But like to the point where you know you almost lost your life."
Carmen goes on to say, "You had bruises and you were covering them up all the time."
Chritina's mom breaks down crying and tells her, "It was the hardest thing to go through was watching you… it's been so long since I thought about it."
The two then discuss how this relationship affected their lives and Christina admits that this app and this project has been a "healing process."
5. Christina Opens Up to a Journalist About Her Abusive Past:
Christina sits down with journalist and author and domestic violence survivor Tanya Williams to talk about her past abusive relationship. Tanya asks Christina to describe what her life was like at the time of the relationship.
"So I was 17 going into 18 and I met a boy and he had this sarcasm about him that I just thought was super funny," Christina explains. "But that sarcasm turned out to be something a little bit more dark than I expected and I had no idea what I was getting myself into."
Christina then talks about how he started to get in her head.
"When you're in an abusive relationship, you're fighting for your life every day," Christina says. "It's not just one moment."
Christina goes on to say, "I remember being that girl in the middle of the gas station trying to call 9-11 or call my mom and he's got me by my head and by my hair and he's pulling me back and there's people just watching and they don't know what to do. And all you could hope for is that someone will save you. But at the same time, you don't know how to save yourself."
Christina then recalls how her ex played "real Russian roulette" and describes how he put a bullet in a gun and put it to her head.
"He literally put a bullet in the gun and pointed it at my face," Christina explains. "Staring down the barrel of a gun is the scariest thing you could ever experience. It's not funny, it's not for the movies. There's a chance of life or death in one click, that's it."
Christina tells Tanya that she got out of the relationship when her mom Carmen bought her a ticket to New York and she was able to disappear for a bit and not call him.
"I woke up one day and realized that my family was just trying to help me," Christina says. "And gave myself the courage and the strength to not call him and invite him back into my life."
6. Richard and Dom Meet Up to Talk After Their Argument:
Lizzy asks Dom to meet with Richard after they had an argument on the golf course. Dom agrees and meets up with Richard to see if he'll apologize.
When they men meet up, Richard isn't willing to apologize.
"I'm cool with what I said," Richard tells Dom.
"You're cool with what you said?" Dom asks.
"Absolutely," Richard says.
Richard goes on to say, "What I said to you on the golf course was real, that s—t actually happened, that's the problem, that's what you're not getting through your f—ing head."
Richard then accuses Dom of not taking care of his family back in France, which Dom denies.
The two start arguing and Dom walks out of the restaurant. When Richard walks outside, Dom is there and they argue once more before Richard walks away and leaves.
Watch an all-new episode of Christina Milian Turned Up next Tuesday at 10 p.m., only on E!