as salam alaikum
we do not have much information about the woman of Fir'awn in authentic sources. We know from some ahadith that she has been one of the most pious lady of all times.
The Qur'an says about her: "And Allah compares those who believe to the woman of Fir'awn. Behold! She said:- My Lord! Make me an abode in the Garden close to you and save me from Fir'awn...-" (66:11). Here, the expression "save me" seems to indicate a situation wherein Asiyah was forced to be his wife and from which she was looking for deliverance.
It is not surprisingly that Allah tests His most faithful servants with great hardships as it has been a constant attitude of Him with His awliya'.
With prayers for your success.