Ian Ziering expressed gratitude for emerging "completely unscathed" from the New Year's Eve bike attack.

The former cast member of Beverly Hills, 90210 stated on Monday that the Los Angeles incident had him "deeply concerned."

Ian Ziering has spoken out about the reported altercation he had on New Year's Eve in Los Angeles with several bikers.

In a video uploaded to Instagram on Monday, Ziering, 59, broke his silence about the incident and expressed his gratitude for not being hurt during the alleged altercation with his 12-year-old daughter Mia.

Ziering posted the same message as a caption alongside a happy picture of himself, set to Coldplay's song "A Sky Full of Stars."

"A group of people on mini bikes caused me to witness an alarming incident yesterday," he wrote in the beginning of his post. "As I was sitting in traffic, someone approached my car aggressively."

The former Beverly Hills, 90210 star continued, stating that he was "deeply concerned about the growing boldness of such groups who disrupt public safety and peace," but he was also "relieved to report that my daughter and I are both completely unscathed."

He went on, "This incident brings attention to the bigger problem of hooliganism on our streets and the necessity of efficient law enforcement responses to such behavior." 

"I find it intolerable that groups can freely engage in this kind of behavior, causing fear and chaos, and that the response from authorities seems insufficient as a citizen and a parent."

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