The Try Guys, a group of YouTube content creators who started at Buzzfeed and later formed their own production company, announced Tuesday they would part ways with executive producer and founding member Ned Fulmer, who confirmed speculation among fans that he cheated on his wife with an employee of the company. They have around 7.8 million on their main YouTube channel. Their content revolves largely around the members trying new things.

The statements came after fans had been speculating for days that Fulmer was engaging in an affair with an employee at The Try Guys production company. Fulmer has not appeared in The Try Guys three latest YouTube videos, and fans theorized he was edited out of scenes he filmed. Images posted online by a Reddit users purportedly showed Fulmer kissing one of the company’s employees, a production manager, in New York. Fulmer was known for maintaining a “family man” image and even incorporated his wife and children into his content. The Try Guys formed in 2014 wberhile the four members were still producing content at Buzzfeed, and in 2018 left the company to form their own.