The Try Guys announce Ned Fulmer is no longer part of the group’s YouTube Channel After Allegation of being unfaithful in his marriage.

The remaining 3 members, Eugene Lee Yang, Keith Habersberger and Zach Kornfeld–released the statement Tue. after a thorough internal review,  adding they could no longer see “a path forward together"

The Try Guys with 8 million followers had gained popularity at Buzzfeed for their viral videos and eventually departed to begin producing content through their own production company.

Fulmer who was not seen the last three latest videos, was recently filmed kissing producer Alex Herring, who also works on projects with the crew,

Fulmer claimed 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 wants to 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.