I went through a similar random phase once but not as extreme.
One of my gliders (Ace) seemed to have it out for PhiPhi but it seemed out of the blue. Ace has always been a little bit of a B to anyone/anything but then PhiPhi really got chomped and had an aggression dominance wound. I had it treated and separated her but she was right next to the primary cage. After some time I reintroduced her but more attacks from Ace. Meanwhile the only male, Echo, minded his own business. He never has attacked her but would get rough rubbing his head on her - which she didn’t care for.
Anyhow, even when separated all 3 still seemed to want to be together. So this time I divided the cage giving the top third to PhiPhi. I had things like that for over a month. Before reuniting them. They all seemed to really want to be together even separated. They never fought in the bonding pouch. And didn’t always fight anyway.
Ultimately Ace still has a chip on her because she doesn’t like it when Echo or PhiPhi eat (I’ve separated dishes to extreme ends of cage) but thankfully no new wounds or anything.