Probably not, but it's borderline. There is a case to be answered.
Lord Levy was responsible for bringing Alvin Stardust to stardom through Magnet Records when he was plain Michael Levy.
I've heard worse lyrics than those of Alvin Stardust's "My Coo Ca Choo". His second hit "Jealous Mind" was approaching a decent record.
Peter Shelley was the writer and producer behind the Alvin Stardust hits. Mr Shelley himself had some hits on Magnet records. It is to his records we can look for some fairly incriminatory musical evidence against Lord Levy.
"Gee Baby" was Shelley's first hit. Crikey. Does anyone in this country use the word "gee"?
But the real incriminating Magnet record was Shelley's "Love me, love my dog". I feel the will to live sapping away from me, just thinking about it.
However, Magnet Records did issue a record by the Buzzcocks and discovered Bad Manners. Both superb bands. And Chris Rea, another product of Magnet records, isn't bad.
So, I think Lord Levy can be released from the dock without stain on his character on the grounds of crimes against music. Not Guilty. But, we will have to wait to hear about the other areas he is involved in.
There is an excellent summary of Lord Levy's music business career on Cafe80s.