How To Turn YOUTUBE'S 'THE TRY GUYS' BANNED NED FULMER AFTER CHEATING ALLEGATIONS: HERE'S WHAT HAPPENED Into Success
The group's three remaining members, Eugene Lee Yang, Keith Habersberger and Zach Kornfeld
issued a statement Tuesday announcing that Fulmer would no longer be working with The Try Guys
"as a result of a thorough internal review," adding that They could not see "the way forward together" now.
In a separate statement, Fulmer said he had entered into a
"consensual employment relationship" and apologized to his fans and his wife, Ariel Fulmer, who frequently appeared on The Try Guys material.
Fulmer said that in the future he would focus on his marriage and children
adding that "family should always be my priority."
Ariel Fulmer, in a statement of her own
thanked the support of the followers and called for privacy for the sake of the couple's two children.
Representatives for The Try Guys
did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Forbes.
7.8 million. The Try Guys has a number of followers on his main YouTube channel. Their content largely revolves around members trying new things.
Recent videos show
the rest of the members doing stand-up comedy, baking cakes, and all that, at a buffet in Las Vegas.
The comment came after fans speculated for several days that Fulmer was having an affair with an employee of The Try Guys production company
Fulmer did not appear in the last three YouTube videos for The Try Guys
a production manager, in New York. Fulmer was known to maintain the image of a "family man" and even included his wife and children in his material.