Popular comedy group The Try Guys have cut their ties with Ned Fulmer, one of the four founding members.
The Try Guys, a group of YouTube content creators who started at Buzzfeed and later formed their own production company, announced Tuesday they would part ways with executive producer and founding member Ned Fulmer, who confirmed speculation among fans that he cheated on his wife with an employee of the company.
The remaining three members of the group—Eugene Lee Yang, Keith Habersberger and Zach Kornfeld–released a statement Tuesday announcing Fulmer would no longer be working with The Try Guys “as a result of a thorough internal review,” adding they could no longer see “a path forward together.”
In a separate statement, Ned Fulmer said he had engaged in a “consensual workplace relationship,” and apologized to his fans and his wife, Ariel Fulmer, who was often featured in The Try Guys content.
Fulmer said going forward he will focus on his marriage and children, saying “family should have always been my priority.”
Ariel Fulmer, in her own statement, thanked followers for their support and asked for privacy for the sake of the couple’s two sons.
Representatives for The Try Guys did not immediately respond to a Forbes’ request for comment.
7.8 million. That’s how many followers The Try Gʋys have on their main YouTube channel. Their content revolves largely around the members trying new things.
Recent videos showed the remaining members trying their hands at stand-up comedy, baking eclairs and eating everything at a buffet in Las Vegas.