The timeline of events on Monday saw Woods retweeting a jab at the Oscar-buzzing film, about a romantic affair between a 17-year-old boy and his father's 24-year-old assistant in Italy.
Later that evening, Woods replied to both statements.
The 34-year-old actress took to Twitter again to back up her account that Woods, 70, tried to pick her up and invited her to Vegas when she was 16. "But now that the attempted grabbed pussy is out of the bag I'd say he'll block me any minute now".
Hammer responded by pointing out the hypocrisy of calling out one age gap when Woods himself is no stranger to them. She attached a screenshot of a convo with her friend - who confirmed the run in with Woods so many years ago.
Hammer revealed later that Woods had blocked him on Twitter and asked if Tamblyn had received the same treatment. "The second is a lie", the actor responded.
"Final word on this", he concluded, "I don't give a s- what liberals think".
Call Me By Your Name is scheduled to be released on November 24.