Furious Honduran labour officials will on Monday present a report they say will prove the clothing line of music mogul Sean "P Diddy" Combs is not made in sweatshop conditions.

Labour minister German Leitzelar said a lengthy inspection of the Southeast Textiles factory in Choloma did not uncover any abuses contained in allegations by a former worker.

The 19-year-old claimed earlier this week workers were fired if they became pregnant, had to drink contaminated water and were often subjected to body searches.

"I think things have been overblown," Leitzelar said Thursday. "If there are any irregularities, they are not like what was contained in the accusations."

Bosses of Combs' Sean John clothing brand have already launched a probe into the alleged conditions.