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Shay Carl’s wife Colette Butler receives support from Shaytards fans after husband’s cheating scandal. The couple is pictured at “Oscar Wilde: Honoring The Irish In Film” pre-Academy Awards event on Feb. 27, 2014 in Santa Monica, California. Getty Images

YouTube fans haven’t forgotten about the Shaytards family. While it’s been two months since Shay Butler and his wife Colette have uploaded a family vlog to their popular channel, viewers are continuing to show support for the family of seven on social media.

Colette Butler hasn’t posted to her Twitter account since Feb. 10, but that hasn’t stopped her fans from sending supportive messages to her account. “We’re here for you whatever you’re going through don’t hurry back take the time you need and get the support we love and care about you!” one fan recently wrote.

“I hope you and you’re family as well. You guys are definitely missed by many,” another supporter tweeted.

READ: Shaytards family reveals when Colette will return to YouTube

Following several brief glimpses of the Butlers in another family member’s vlog, another fan wrote about how nice it was to see a glimpse of the brood. “Even if it’s just for a split second seeing them makes me smile,” reads one tweet. “Words can’t describe how much I miss them.”

“It’s like you’ve fallen off the face of the earth,” said another fan. “Please update on us and how things are going with your family.”

Shay and Colette stopped uploading vlogs to their Shaytards channel in mid-February. Their decision to take an indefinite leave of absence came after it was revealed by adult cam girl Aria Nina that she and Shay had engaged in an online affair for months. According to fellow YouTuber Keemstar, Shay confirmed the validity of sexual messages between him and Aria, but has not addressed the cheating scandal directly.

Aria, on the other hand, has continued to discussed the relationship. In March, Aria denied being pregnant with Shay’s baby. “I haven’t had sex in over a year legit,” she tweeted. Later that same month she shared a deleted Shaytards video on her account. In the clip, Shay discusses needing time away from YouTube for his family and quipping he only makes vlogs “for the money.” While Aria tagged this as evidence he doesn’t care about his audience, her fans defended Shay, explaining he was only joking. Aria said she was not convinced.

While Shay and Colette have not uploaded new content to the Shaytards channel since the scandal – their last video from February, coincidentally enough, has the title “Let’s Disappear For a Year” – they have appeared in other vlogs. In March, Shay and Colette made a brief appearance in fellow YouTuber Charles Trippy’s wedding video. Earlier that same month, Colette made a solo cameo in one of her sister-in-law Carlie Wood’s daily vlogs.

“At the end of the day family is No. 1 to us no matter what and we support whatever decision that she makes,” Carlie has since said. “We’re just here to support her and love her and even though she can’t be here she sends her love. When she’s ready, she’ll be back.”

Shay announced his leave from the internet in February after Aria’s reveal. He announced on Twitter that he was battling alcoholism, a disease he previously discussed having, and would be seeking help with his wife by his side.