Ian Gearing, star Beverly Hills, 90210They were apparently involved in a roadside altercation in Hollywood on New Year's Eve.
A Video obtained by TMZ, the actor appears to be pushing a mini-bike rider down Hollywood Boulevard, zipping through a crowd of bikers near his SUV. Several bikers quickly jump to attack Zeering, and the actor appears to tackle one of them to the ground before being chased across the street by several helmeted assailants.
Representatives for Ziering and the LAPD did not immediately respond to EW's request for comment.
Gearing appears to land several blows on the bikers during the fight, and scores several hits.
LAPD confirmed to KTLA Officers responded to an incident near the intersection of Hollywood Boulevard and Highland Avenue around 3:00pm on Sunday for “reports of an altercation involving a group of bikers driving recklessly.”
TMZ also reported that Syring's car may have been hit by one of the bikes, which may have triggered the incident. The actor's 12-year-old daughter Mia was riding in his car with Ziering. According to TMZ. The outlet reported that law enforcement officials took an official report listing Ziering as a victim, but no arrests have been made.
Giering responded to the incident on Instagram. “This situation highlights a huge problem of hooliganism on our streets and the need for effective law enforcement responses to such behavior. As a citizen and as a parent, as a citizen and as a parent, we cannot accept that groups freely engage in such behavior to cause fear and confusion. , the authorities' response has been inadequate. It seems,” said Ziering.
“I have always been an advocate for standing up against bullying and misbehavior, and this incident reinforces my belief in the importance of personal and community safety,” he continued. “We must address the underlying issues that lead to such disruptive behavior and ensure our streets are safe for all. City officials and law enforcement must take decisive action against such lawlessness and provide the necessary resources to prevent future occurrences.”