LOS ANGELES – Actor Ian Ziering, best known for his role in “Beverly Hills, 90210,” was involved in a violent incident with a group of mini-bike riders on Sunday. The incident, which took place in Los Angeles, was caught on camera and showed Ziering fending off attacks from multiple riders.
The actor, 59, was seen clashing with one mini-bike rider before being surrounded by the group, who were wearing helmets during the altercation. Ziering was forced to dart across the street at one point to escape the onslaught.
The incident occurred adjacent to the Hollywood Walk of Fame, a popular tourist spot, and it was not immediately clear if anyone was arrested in connection with the incident. Police are investigating the matter and are in contact with the parties involved.
Ziering, who played Steve Sanders on “Beverly Hills, 90210” from 1990 to 2000, also achieved fame through his role in the popular Sharknado film series.
The actor, who has a significant following on social media, had not addressed the incident on his Instagram account as of Sunday evening. The incident marked a challenging end to the year for members of the “Beverly Hills, 90210” cast, with his co-star Shannen Doherty undergoing a surgical procedure to remove a tumor earlier in the year.
In summary, Ian Ziering, known for his role in “Beverly Hills, 90210,” was involved in a violent incident with mini-bike riders in Los Angeles. The altercation, caught on camera, saw the actor fending off attacks from multiple individuals. The incident is under police investigation, and it is unclear if anyone was arrested in connection with the incident.