He told the new issue of the American magazine Vogue: "He was trolling me, implying that I was fair and infernal to angry and vindictive feminism. This is what I am deducing from him that he gave me a Sacagawea coin.
"Hey, maybe he was trying to do it in honor of a powerful Native American woman. I didn't ask.
"[Where's the currency now?] My lawyer has it."
The ME!" the singer became famous when she was just a teenager and admitted that she had not "understood" sexism until several years after her career when she "became a woman".
He said: "I think about it a lot.
"When I was a teenager, I heard people talking about sexism in the music industry, and I would say I don't see it. I don't understand.
"Then I realized that it was because I was a child. The men in the industry saw me as a child. I was a slim, slim and overexcited girl who reminded them more of their granddaughter or their daughter than a successful business woman or a colleague The second time I became a woman, in the perception of people, was when I started seeing it.
"It's okay to infantilize a girl's success and say," How nice to have successful songs. How nice he is writing songs ". But the second one becomes formidable? As soon as I started playing in the stadiums – when I started looking like a woman – it wasn't that good anymore.
"It was when I started to release and cross" Red "songs, like" I Knew You Were Trouble "and" We Are Never Ever Back Back. ""
Mueller had previously explained that he planned to send the damages in the form of a Sacagawea coin as he represented a prominent Native American woman in a blow to the "empty spaces" singer, who had previously hailed his victory in court a victory for all women.
He said: "I mean, if it's just about women's rights … It's a bit of a joke, a little."
"I mean, I think they turned this into a publicity stunt, and that's my life."