Achtung. Britney is twisting words too. Frank never said he made anything up. Britney heard about what Frank said, but not directly from Frank. By the time she heard it, it carried the added "gay slurs & homophobic slurs" part that Wil added to what he heard from Frank about what Willy said. Frank never ever said he made anything up, but he did admit, in so many words, that he was desperate and it was gameplay motivated. But Frank merely related what Willy did, knowing of course it could snowball. The only person that made anything up is Wil, in relating what Frank said, and Britney, in relating it back to Willy.
But really, by relating the info just verbatim, its really just as bad what Frank did, because it wasn't some horrible malicious homophobic act, and by even feeling it was an important thing to mention implies that there was something wrong with it, something uncomfortable about it. It was devious Frank gameplay from the bottom of the deck.
Of course I am going to mention the different semantic wordplay here because it is integral to what happened. Words are strange, interesting things. For instance, when I wrote, "You got it all wrong" I meant it in the way you might say it in a friendly casual conversation, but you took it as a bit hostile and thus it triggered a sarcastic, defensive response. Or, again, maybe you will come back and say that is my own misunderstanding.
Those things are fascinating because this is what half of the gameplay in the house is about. Painting everyone else and framing everyone else, colorizing their views and warping their belief systems with half truths and persuasion.