1:14 PM PT — Ariel Fulmer also issued a statement, saying, "Thank you to everyone who has contacted me; 

it means a lot. Nothing is more important to Ned and me than our Family, and all we ask is that you respect our privacy for the sake of our children right now."

12:31 PM PT — Ned Fulmer stated, "Family should have always been my top priority, 

but I lost sight of it and settled for a mutually beneficial workplace relationship. I apologize for any hurt my actions may have caused the guys and fans, 

especially Ariel. The only thing that matters now is my marriage and my children, where I will concentrate my efforts."

Following allegations that Ned cheated on his wife, Ariel, the popular YouTube group 

'Try Guys' announced Tuesday that Ned would no longer be working with the group's three 

other members, Keith Habersberger, Eugene Lee Yang, and Zach Kornfeld.

Ned was recently caught on camera kissing producer Alex Herring, who works on projects with the crew, in a New York club.

The 'Try Guys,' known for trying everything from food to women's clothing, say they 

cut ties with Ned after an internal review, explaining that they did not see a future together.

Ned has already been removed from a slew of 'Try Guys' content... Observing fans report that 

he has mysteriously vanished from some recent videos and has been absent from the group's most recent podcasts.