The ex-fiancée of Try Guys producer Alex Herring, who had an affair with married Try Guy Ned Fulmer, raised a glass to her regained singleness on Instagram following the disintegration of their engagement due to the scandal.
Will Thayer was spotted on his friend Steven Cuzzort’s Instagram page, apparently toasting the end of their relationship.
‘Ma bois back in town. If you already know what you know, read the title of the image.
Images of Fulmer and Herring were posted online by Thayer after Thayer was contacted by a club attendee to see Fulmer and Herring kissing at a New York City club.
The club goer contacted a Reddit user who appears to be Herring’s fiancé, Will Thayer. He later posted the messages he received to show that Fulmer and Herring were kissing.
Fulmer, 35, is married to Ariel Fulmer, who made frequent appearances on the YouTube show with more than eight million subscribers. The couple also hosted a podcast together called Baby Steps, a no-frills look at raising their ‘Instagram-worthy family’. The couple have two young children together.
Will Thayer (right), the ex-fiancé of Try Guys producer Alex Herring, who had an affair with married Try Guy Ned Fulmer, toasts the end of their engagement following revelations about the scandal.
Ned Fulmer, left, with his wife Ariel before he was caught cheating in a New York City club with a producer from his show Try Guys Alexandria Herring
Fulmer was exposed cheating with his producer Alexandria Herring (pictured with fiancé Will Thayer) when a sharp-eyed clubgoer recorded the pair kissing
Try Guys began in 2014 when the members, who were then Buzzfeed employees, began creating content focused on trying new things.
A fan said she saw Ned and Alex together at a Harry Styles concert at Madison Square Garden earlier this month.
Later that night, Ned was seen in a New York club getting down to business with Alex Herring.
While the Reddit posts only show screenshots of the video and not the actual videos, this was apparently enough for Thayer to conclude that his fiancée had been unfaithful to him with Fulmer.
Thayer later said he spoke with Fulmer’s wife, Ariel, for an hour about the allegations before removing all photos with Herring from his Instagram and making his account private.
Much of it appeared to be unproven speculation until recently, when the Try Guys posted an official statement on their Instagram confirming that Fulmer was no longer with the group.
‘Ned Fulmer no longer works with The Try Guys. As a result of a thorough internal review, we do not see a way forward together. We appreciate his support as we navigate this change,” the statement read.
Fulmer released his own statement Tuesday night, saying: “Family should always have been my priority, but I lost focus and had a consensual working relationship.” I am sorry for any pain my actions may have caused the boys and the fans, but especially Ariel.
“The only thing that matters right now is my marriage and my children, and that’s where I’m going to focus my attention.”
Until earlier this month, the couple in love was seen in all of its content. Previously, they were happy to market their seemingly perfect home life and co-host a podcast called Baby Steps together; they even released a cookbook last year together called ‘The Date Night Cookbook’.
Following Fulmer’s statement, Ariel posted one of her own, saying, “Thank you to everyone who has reached out to me, it means a lot.” Nothing is more important to me and Ned than our family, and all we ask at this time is that you respect our privacy for the sake of our children.
The Try Guys released a statement Tuesday night about Fulmer’s abrupt departure following revelations about the matter.
Ned Fulmer and his wife Ariel Fulmer share two young children.
The group started on Buzzfeed in 2014 and was co-founded by Fulmer, Keith Habersberger, Zach Kornfeld, and Eugene Lee Yang.
Ned and Ariel on a recent vacation in Mexico. The couple have found countless ways to market their ultra-Instagrammable marriage.
Prior to the confirmation of the affair and Fulmer’s release from the company, online speculation about the extramarital scandal raged for days.
It’s unclear if Alex Herring is still employed by the Try Guys, a group that started on Buzzfeed in 2014 when the four men, including Fulmer, Keith Habersberger, Zach Kornfeld and Eugene Lee Yang, started making videos of themselves trying new things. .
Herring starred in a separate YouTube show called Food Babies, but also served as a producer on Try Guys.
Fans of the show noticed something fishy when Fulmer didn’t appear in recent Try Guys videos, missing podcast episodes, and even appeared to have been edited out of some videos.
Ariel also missed recent episodes of You Can Sit With Us, a podcast made up of each of the Try Guys wives.