Sure it does, thanks for taking the time to get back with the picture. If it's leaking past the collapsible fins, the fin or fins have a cut in the edge or a piece of straw/something is holding the fins away from the ID of the grommet. if the leak is where the grommet is inserted there is a similar problem.
A drop or two is somewhat commom and can be OK in the garden, if it is squirting, than the fitting has to be replaced or the object removed.
Is that where the leak is?
I made a connection using a barbed fitting jammed into a threaded fitting glued in place, I had no proper fitting and many miles to a city from the lower ranch, it does drip a bit but I can put up with it where it is.
Hope this helps, those fittings are not easy to take apart but it can be done.
Wondering where you're located.