What I do in a case where a document can apply to multiple profiles is create a statement which can be copied to all the profiles -- something like "this person is identified by John Doe as one of 13 personal records fabricated by George Jones in his 1317 work." <ref> John Doe, [enter url here Pedigree of the Hoo Family], Sussex Archaeological Collections, page 229. Accessed 14 July 2021. </ref> Spend some time on the entry to make sure it says all that you want it to say, and that the in-line source is complete and functional. Then you can copy it to all the affected Hoo profiles.
The profile you cited is essentially unsourced and has not been worked on since it was uploaded by Gedcom, so these Hoo profiles are ripe for research. When enough research has been done to create confidence that there is no documentation waiting out there to be found, the Disproven Existence Project can step in and take over.
At that point the profile can be disconnected from all connected profiles, because persons who never existed cannot have parents, spouses or children.