Speaking in an interview with Multichoice, Frodd said his reason he cried was that he felt his choice determined Diane’s fate in the house.
He said: “It was easy for me to realize my potential when was emotional and I could get the energy I needed then.
“I was emotional and cried in the house because it was therapeutic for me. Being emotional is good and I enjoyed letting my tears out.
“When I picked Diane, I cried because the fate of Diane’s survival was determined by my choice. I didn’t want anybody’s fate to be in my hands. It pained me.”