Popular sports group The Try Guys have cut ties with Ned Fulmer, one of the four founding members of the group, who admitted they had an 'affair' at work.

"Ned Fulmer is no longer working with The Try Guys," the band said in a tweet on Tuesday. "Due to a thorough internal review, we do not see a way forward together. We thank you for your support as we navigate this transition." 

Fulmer, in a post on Twitter shortly after Try Guys was announced, confirmed rumors circulating on social media that he had been involved in marital affairs. relationship," Fulmer said in the post. 

"I'm sorry for any pain my actions may have caused the guys and the fans, but especially Ariel," he said, referring to his wife. Fulmer added, "The only thing that matters right now is my marriage and my kids, and that's where I'm going to focus." 

In an Instagram post, Ariel Fulmer wrote, "Thank you to everyone who reached out to me - it means a lot. Nothing is more important to Ned and me than our family, and everything we ask for at the moment yes, that's it.  

Prior to the announcement of Try Guys, fans posting on online forums had noticed that Fulmer had not appeared in the group's recent videos and, in some cases, was omitted from previous events. 

With Fulmer's departure, The Try Guys will consist of three remaining members: Keith Habersberger, Zach Kornfeld and Eugene Lee Yang.  

The team began their careers at BuzzFeed, before leaving the digital media company in June 2018 to set up their own production company, 2nd Try. A Try Guys spokesman did not respond to requests for additional information.