A workers' rights group is accusing P. Diddy's Sean John clothing line of using laborers from a Honduran sweatshop. According to a report by National Labor Committee, workers at the Southeast Textiles factory in Choloma, Honduras, are subjected to 11- to 12-hour daily shifts, and paid 24 cents for each $50 Sean John shirt they sew. A Sean John exec says the company is "looking into this matter immediately."