Disney heiress Abigail Disney went undercover at Disneyland and wasn't at all pleased with what she found. The 59-year-old opened up about her discovery to human rights activist Zainab Salbi on “Through Her Eyes,” a show that explores contemporary news issues from a female perspective.

“I was so livid when I came out of there because, you know, my grandfather taught me to revere these people that take your tickets, that pour your soda, that scrape the freaking bubblegum off the sidewalks every night so that you walk into an immaculate place," Disney told Salbi on the Yahoo News show. “Those people are much of the recipe for success."

Last year, the filmmaker and activist went to the theme park in Anaheim, Calif. after receiving a message on Facebook from a distressed employee who cited "poor working conditions" as the reason for contacting her and added, "We really need your help."

In addition to poor working conditions, Disney made note of the huge disparity in pay between theme park workers and CEO Bob Iger, who earned 1,424 times more than the median Disney employee last year, according to a study done by Equilar.

“Bob needs to understand he's an employee, just the same as the people scrubbing gum off the sidewalk are employees,” she explained. “And they're entitled to all the same dignity and human rights that he is.”

Disney added, "In a company that's never been more profitable, there is no excuse for any employee to be using food stamps."

Watch the full interview of Abigail Disney on "Through Her Eyes" above.

Episodes of “Through Her Eyes” are released every Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET on Roku.

The Magic Kingdom park at Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Mark Ashman/Disney Parks via Getty Images