Ned Fulmer, the former star of The Try Guys, and his wife were seen wearing their wedding bands after an infidelity scandal.
Fulmer, 35, is married to Ariel Fulmer, who appears on the eight-million-subscriber YouTube program.
Both were observed wearing wedding bands on Wednesday and leaving their home together while driving children to school in different vehicles.
A clubgoer saw Ned Fulmer kissing his producer Alexandria Herring.
After photographs of him getting physical with a producer at a New York City nightclub were leaked, he was banned from the famous YouTube channel.
Ariel made a statement after Ned was dumped requesting privacy as they cope with the impact.
‘Thanks to everyone who has reached out to me. Ned and I value our family above everything else, so please respect our privacy for our children.’
The pair aired a podcast called Baby Steps about raising their ‘Instagram-worthy family’ Couple has 2 children.
A clubgoer observed Ned Fulmer holding Herring, and the news immediately spread.
The clubgoer phoned Herring’s fiancé, Will Thayer. He released texts proving Fulmer and Herring were making out.
Unnamed accuser: ‘I went to Niagara the club last night and witnessed her making out with Ned from the Try Guys, I have footage if required.’
Thayer questioned when it happened and was told “when making out.” He touched her too much.
While the Reddit threads merely show video grabs, Thayer allegedly concluded his fiancee was disloyal to Fulmer.
Thayer claimed he talked with Fulmer’s wife Ariel for an hour about the claims before deleting all photos with Herring from Instagram and making them private.
Much of it was supposition until the Try Guys confirmed Fulmer’s departure on Instagram.
Ned Fulmer left The Try Guys. Our internal evaluation shows no way ahead. We appreciate your support throughout this transition,’ said the message.
The group’s declaration was followed by Fulmer’s admission of the incident.
Family should have been my priority, but I had a consenting professional connection. Fulmer apologized for hurting the players, fans, and Ariel.
‘Right now, my marriage and children are all that count,’ he said.
They co-host a podcast called Baby Steps and created a cookbook called ‘The Date Night Cookbook’
Fulmer and his wife have two boys, Wesley (2018) and Finley (2020).
The group formed at Buzzfeed in 2014 when Fulmer, Keith Habersberger, Zach Kornfeld, and Eugene Lee Yang created films exploring new things.
Herring produced the Try Guys and Food Babies.
Online suspicion about the affair snowballed for days before Fulmer’s firing.
Fans were skeptical when Fulmer didn’t appear in recent Try Guys videos, podcast episodes, or videos.
Ariel missed episodes of the Try Guys’ spouses’ podcast, You Can Sit With Us.