‘Beverly Hills, 90210’ alum Ian Ziering attacked by biker gang in LA street brawl: report

“Beverly Hills, 90210” alum Ian Ziering got into a street brawl with a Los Angeles biker gang Sunday.

In a video obtained by TMZ, multiple riders on mini motorized bikes swarmed around Ziering’s vehicle on Hollywood Blvd. before the actor got out of his car.

Ziering quickly swung at one of the bikers whose motorbike was stationed directly in front of the actor’s car.

It is unclear what prompted him to throw a punch or if one of the motorcycles had collided with Ziering’s vehicle.

Per TMZ’s source, Ziering’s vehicle may have been hit before the altercation turned violent.

After hitting the unidentified biker, Ziering appeared to knock the helmeted person to the ground.

Other bikers then began to swarm the “Sharknado” actor as four people started throwing punches at him.

The “Beverly Hills, 90210” alum was seen throwing a punch at a biker on Hollywood Blvd. Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images

Ziering made a run for it across a busy street with the helmeted and masked people still attempting to get hits in on him.


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One of the bikers held onto Ziering’s back as he ran for the sidewalk while another attempted to trip Ziering, missing entirely.

Despite onlookers on the sidewalk filming and watching as everything went down, nobody intervened to help the actor.

Ziering was then jumped by multiple bikers on the street. Shane Harvey /©Fox /Everett Collection

Squeezing between two cars on the sidewalk, Ziering turned back toward one of the helmeted bikers throwing punches and kicking as he tried to get loose from the person’s grip.

Two of the other bikers, including a female biker, jumped in attempting to land hits on Ziering before he was able to get away on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

According to TMZ, Ziering eventually returned to his vehicle and drove off.

Eventually, the actor was able to get away, later returning to his vehicle. Everett Collection

Police were not called to the scene.

Reps for Ziering did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.

Ziering has also been quiet on social media since the brawl went down.