Well to be honest there is really no way for you to screw it up like that. So it's not something that you did wrong. It seems as if it's server side and the code just had a fault.... Bondings will most likely be able to fix this for you by reloading your domains somehow.
I just thought of this but you could delete the domain from the frihost account and then re-add the domain maybe it will work.
I can't even delete it because don't appear in the direct admin, and if you say that delete my account and request a new one no... that ism't possible i have other websites in the same account.
I just meant delete the domain from Frihost, but since you can't get to that option then you are just going to have to wait. If you remove your Frihost account and re-apply it probably will take the same amount of time because staff and Bondings have been a little shadowy.
I had the same problem few years ago. After resetting my account it was cleared. but sadly i loss all data in my account. If you are running static sites just backup using ftp and ask for account reset. if it is dynamic you need to backup all files and mysql database yourself. DirectAdmin Restore/Backup won't help you in this matter (because it will backup your corrupted DNS entry).
Or host the new domain somewhere else.
I just will wait to Bondings, Hope that my account dont need to reset...
My apologies for the delay. I somehow thought it was fixed, sorry.
I removed the dns zone and added it to your account. Could you please check if it is working fine now?