Emperors Theodosius II and Valentinian III decree that if a woman is forced into prostitution by her father or owner, she will be freed and the man sent to work in the mines.
According to this decree:
"If fathers or masters impose on their daughters or female slaves the necessity of sinning, We will deprive them of that ownership and any enjoyment of their crimes.
They must be deprived of any authority or ownership over their daughters or slaves and be exiled to the public mines.
The women are permitted to seek the aid of bishops and judges in their cases. ..." [CT 15.8.2]
It's interesting that Christian bishops are placed on the same level as judges for this issue. It's easy to imagine authorizing judges to hear a complaint from a woman about being forced into prostitution, but authorizing bishops to intervene in such cases goes quite a ways towards blending church and state.