It absolutely does but, as others have said, doesn't make any difference. I occasionally get one that looks like that, or worse. If I can keep track of it I will cull it out but, again, makes no difference.
I use the cone-style crimp starter as well. Works just fine on plastic reloads.You could try using a smooth (cone) crimp starter. They are used primarily for paper hulls but work fine for petaled crimps as well. Using one takes the need for the crimp starter to rotate out of the equation.