The actors reportedly wore fake shackles and pretended to support John Fetterman at an Oz campaign event.

Former TV doctor-turned-Senate candidate Dr. Mehmet Oz is paying actors to try and get voters to like him.

Oz, the Republican opponent of Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, has hired people.

To “play the role of a felon” and hold up signs to mock his Democratic rival, Newsweek reported.

Colin Matthews wrote in an Instagram post last week that the Oz campaign hired him to support Fetterman as a convicted felon.

The move appears to be part of a stunt for the Oz campaign. Brittany Yanick, the campaign’s director.

Even shared a tweet about an “Inmates for Fetterman” initiative from reporter Justin Sweitzer last week.

Oz called his opponent “soft on crime” during the campaign, as Factcheck noted, claim stretches facts.

Dr. Oz autographing one of his official “Another Convicted Felon for Fetterman!” campaign signs.