Never post your phone number or other such information on the Internet for people to see. Click the three dots to the right of your name and Edit Reply. Remove the phone number. I'd suggest removing the full name as well.
Do you see any charges there? If not, Roku didn't bill you and doesn't have your money. Oh, and print out that page for your bank. Here's why.
What probably happened is that your payment card information is compromised and a scammer has it, and used it to submit a payment request. The description they included must have said something about "Roku" and "Disney" for you to be here asking about it.
Contact your bank and submit a fraud claim. Use that printout to prove that you did not authorize any charge to Roku.
Re: need help with bill that was not mine of $85.59 for Disney on 5/30/2022
Hey @bgrismore we understand unfamiliar charges are never fun but don't worry we are here to help! First, we recommend deleting or editing your post to remove your phone number and full name to protect your personal information. Next, keep a look out for our private message. We will be reaching out to you to collect information to help us look into these charges further.