I found these on Wikipedia
Is this truee ??
Spoiler for Hiden:
On Day 42, shortly after Shane made his nominations as Head of Household, he told Danielle that the production crew in the diary room explicitly told him not to put up Frank and Mike for nomination that week. However, both were nominated and were thus eligible for eviction that week. On Day 43, Frank drew a "HouseGuest's Choice" token during the player draw and when asked to draw again, as later confided to Boogie, he palmed the token. Many fans believe that this was a result of the production team's desire to keep Frank in the game. This led to an outrage within message boards, fans and viewers, causing many to doubt the authenticity of the show once more. The scandal also ran throughout the Big Brother House and caused tension between opposing HouseGuests, who were not allowed to discuss the situation. Allison Grodner has not commented on the scandal as of yet. A video of Frank talking to Boogie about the alleged cheating was put on YouTube, including a mention that Boogie had cheated as well, but later removed by CBS under copyright claims. Despite outcry from fans, the game continued on as normal. On Day 48, Mike was evicted from the game.
On Day 49, after winning the Golden Ball of Veto from the crane game, Ian alleged several times to various HouseGuests that some of the producers were attempting to manipulate his decision and threaten him in the Diary Room by supposedly telling Ian how the Ball of Veto will benefit him if he decides to use it
The DR didn't "explicitly" tell him not to nominate Mike and Frank, because that is not allowed. The DR have a long history post-Arnold Shapiro of influencing, but not explicitly telling the houseguests how to use their nominations and votes. The DR posed the question to both Frank and Shane "won't you regret not backdooring Dan?" or "won't you regret nominating Boogie/Frank?" respectively, as they have done since BB8, which was noticeable when Eric faced Kail in the eviction, the DR inferred to the houseguests that Kail was more dangerous to their game than Eric (whom they obviously wanted to keep), making the houseguests question voting out Eric and eventually ended in Kail being evicted, and at the end of BB12 in which I believe (although I may be incorrect), the DR attempted to reveal, yet carefully, the existence of the Brigade alliance to Britney and Ragan.
They can't actually say "nominate/vote to evict HG A" because that would be breaking several rules of not just the game itself, but would get them into such hot water with CBS etc., but they have been known to influence the votes. This sometimes happens so obviously that the houseguests know they are attempting to influence their vote, in BB14 Danielle said that Rich Meehan (executive producer) basically told to vote to evict Janelle, and in BB8 Jen said to Dick that she had said to the DR that they were more or less completely telling her to evict Kail.
In relation to the veto pulling, this was because Mike first drew HG choice and chose Ian, and then Frank pulled Ian's name, and then obviously had to re-pick and chose HG choice again. However the production wanted him to repull that chip because they wanted a better angle for the show. So he put his hand back in the bag and pulled the HG choice chip out. At the end (or beginning, I can't remember) of each and every veto meeting, the bag is emptied to show it contained all possible players names.
However it is true that Ian said (it can't be confirmed that they actually did say this, he could have been making it up) that the DR didn't want him to use the veto on Dan - which happened in BB12 when Britney considered vetoing Rachel for her £5,000 she won in a previous competition. At the end of BB9 when Adam and Ryan were flip-flopping on whether to evict Sharon or Sheila in the bedroom, BB told them to be quiet and stop talking and turned out the lights to try to stop them changing their minds to save Sharon (who for some reason the producers' apparently didn't like)