Ned Fulmer is no longer a member of The Try Guys

A founding member of The Try Guys, who rose to fame at Buzzfeed for their viral videos and eventually left to create content for themselves, announced on Tuesday that he has stepped down from his role.

According to a statement posted on social media, we do not see a path forward together after a thorough internal review. As we navigate this change, we would like to thank you for your support.

There was no explanation of the nature of the review in the statement.

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Fulmer, a founding member alongside Keith Habersberger, Zach Kornfeld, and Eugene Lee Yang, had been a target of speculation regarding allegations of infidelity on Reddit and other social media platforms prior to his ouster.

Fulmer stated on Instagram that his workplace relationship was consensual.

I apologize for any pain my actions may have caused to the guys, the fans, and especially to Ariel,” he wrote. Right now, all that matters to me is my marriage and my children. That’s where I will put my focus.”

As well as the video series featuring the original four members, The Try Guys YouTube channel also produces series featuring individuals from the group, including several starring Fumler and his wife. Among other spouses, Fulmer also appears in a series called “The Try Wives: Wine Time.”

CNN’s attempts to reach Ned and Ariel Fulmer for more comments went unanswered.

Ariel Fulmer posted a statement on Instagram thanking those “who have reached out to me,” adding “it means a lot to me.”

“Our family is everything to me and Ned, and all we ask right now is that you respect our privacy for our children’s sake.”

The Try Guys, who left Buzzfeed in 2018, have expanded their brand with a bestselling book, a tour, a documentary, and a Food Network show called “No Recipe Road Trip with the Try Guys,” inspired by their YouTube series of the same name.

A representative of the Food Network has been contacted for comment by CNN. On Wednesday, the series will release a new episode. Food Network is owned by Warner Bros. Discovery, like CNN.

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