joined other celebrities who have demanded justice for Ralph Yarl, the innocent black teenager who was shot twice when he accidentally rang the wrong doorbell - as his GoFundMe page soared past $2.5million raised for Yarl.
, 16, was shot outside of a house in City, Missouri, just a block away from the property his siblings were waiting to be picked up from, on April 13.
He reportedly pulled into the driveway of the home at 10pm, rang the doorbell, and was immediately shot twice, but managed to run next door to a neighbor for help.
four days after he was shot and is said to be recovering at home with his mother, who is a nurse.
Jennifer Aniston was the latest celebrity to demand justice for the teenager and explained what happened to the 16-year-old in a series of Instagram Stories - where posts are only visible for 24 hours - on Monday.
Aniston also posted the prosecutor's contact address and said: 'Use the contact information below to demand Prosecutor Zachary Thompson make an immediate arrest and bring the appropriate charges.'
An arrest warrant has been issued since, as Clay County prosecutor Zachary Thompson announced later on Monday.
He said that the homeowner, identified as Andrew Lester, had been charged with one count of felony assault in the first degree and one count of armed criminal action, also a felony.
However, Lester was not yet in police custody, Thompson said on Monday evening.
A GoFundMe fundraiser set up by Yarl's aunt has raised more than $2.7million - by Tuesday afternoon - for the teenager just one day after it was created.
Halle Berry was also among the public figures fighting for justice. She said on Twitter two days ago: 'His name is #RalphYarl and I'm sick and tired of this feeling...
'My heart completely broke when I learned this precious 16-year-old, who accidentally rang the door of the wrong address in an attempt to pick up his siblings, was shot in the head by a man who didn't want him on his property.
'This innocent child is now fighting for his life. This could be your child. This should NOT happen.'
Model Naomi Campbell also posted a picture of Yarl, saying: 'The white owner of the house shot this black child in the head. He shot him again as Ralph bled out. The shooter is free. No charges. This is America.'
Gwyneth Paltrow then posted Campbell's words alongside a picture of Yarl in her Instagram Story.
Justin Timberlake also took to Twitter to share his outrage and wrote: 'The man is free and the 16-year-old is fighting for his life in the hospital. This can't be it.'