Violent Encounter: Ian Ziering, 59, Fends Off Multiple Attackers in Hollywood Biking Incident

LOS ANGELES – Former “Beverly Hills, 90210” actor Ian Ziering, 59, found himself in the middle of a violent incident involving a group of mini-bike riders in Los Angeles on Sunday. The altercation, caught on camera, occurred adjacent to the Hollywood Walk of Fame and saw Ziering fending off attacks from multiple individuals.

Ziering, best known for his role as Steve Sanders on the popular 90s series, was seen in a video posted to TMZ clashing with a mini-bike rider before being targeted by several others in the group. The incident took place on Hollywood Boulevard, with the Ghirardelli Soda Fountain & Chocolate Shop visible in the background.

Eyewitnesses reported that Ziering was forced to run across the street in an attempt to escape the attackers, pushing off one of them as he made his way onto the sidewalk, where lies the famous Hollywood Walk of Fame. Although dozens of onlookers were present at the scene, no one intervened on Ziering’s behalf during the altercation.

It remains unclear if anyone was arrested in connection with the incident, but sources confirm that Ziering’s vehicle may have been hit prior to the conflict caught on camera.

Ziering, who has over 620,000 Instagram followers, had not addressed the incident on his social media account as of Sunday evening. As for his assailants, they also abruptly left the scene following the violent confrontation.

The incident involving Ziering marks the end of a challenging year for the “Beverly Hills, 90210” cast, with co-star Shannen Doherty having faced her own health battles and personal struggles. Doherty underwent a surgical procedure and announced her divorce earlier in the year, while another co-star, Tori Spelling, made headlines for financial problems and a tumultuous personal life over the past 12 months.