There are now four additional crease lines. Why because, the Crease cutbacks are considered bridges that differ in size from the originally specified bridges used to hold the rule in place. CFF2 only allows for one bridge width. The shortened crease has two bridge widths. The lines need to be split to conform to the CFF2 specification of one bridge width per line.
At first glance there appears to be two very small pieces of rule. Examine the first and fifth crease line. The lengths are .078" which is equal to the bridge width which is further equal to the amount of the crease shortening. They can be discarded.