Miller said he's been threatened online since the video was posted. He says he's not worried for himself, but he is worried for his family. He said he wants Allen and his family to know he's sorry.
"I've got to stay away from my family all together because I'm afraid somebody else might take it in their own hands and do something to my family," Miller said. "This video comes out and she says 'dad I love you but I don't want to know you now.'"
Spokane County Sheriff's Office deputies said they don't expect Miller to be charged with anything related to the incident.
They are still looking for the man who threw his bike at the car in the video. Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Check at 509-456-2233.